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Why Do Landlords Require Credit Checks?

Landlords perform credit checks to make sure that a rental applicant appears trustworthy and has a solid history of making payments on time. You can take several steps to pass your next rental credit check with flying colors.

by Pam Hill
Risks of Buy Now Pay Later Program

The Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) service is a new payment method that has become increasingly popular. Despite BNPL becoming more widespread amongst the younger generation, this program carries significant financial risks if the money isn’t paid back on time.

by Matin Varshochi
Am I Spending Too Much on Rent? Here’s Your Answer.

We all need a place to call home. But rent prices, like most everything, seem to be rising ever higher. Here's how to know if your rent is not just high, but too high for you.

by Pam Hill
The Starter Guide to Pay Back Your Student Loan Debt

Ignoring your student loan debt is not a good idea. Instead, start right now by making a plan to get out of student loan debt. The sooner you start the better. Here is how.

by Shaun Morgan
Key Deadline Dates in President Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, President Joe Biden announced a pause on student loans. However, with the pause going away, Dec. 31, 2022, the Biden Administration is setting up a loan forgiveness program to reduce outstanding student debts.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Create a Basic Budget in Three Simple Steps

A basic budget provides you with a plan to implement, should a financial emergency strike and you must limit your spending only to your most basic needs.

by Pam Hill
Investing in Fine Art | Culture Meets Money with Okeeba Jubalo

Okeeba Jubalo is the Founder and CEO of Okeeba Jubalo Fine Art Gallery, located in North Charleston, South Carolina, and is known as the South’s premier African American fine art gallery. As a special guest on Culture Meets Money, Okeeba Jubalo discussed how people could invest and profit from fine art.

by Nailah Herbert
The Cost of Raising a Child Has Surpassed $300,000

The idea of having children can be sweet when you think about all the special moments like the cuddles, hugs, and kisses. But the reality of having children is that they are a huge responsibility, especially regarding your finances, as a recent estimate says caring for a child costs $300,000.

by Matin Varshochi
The Difference Between Depreciating and Appreciating Assets

Appreciating and depreciating assets both serve an important role in your financial portfolio. Knowing the difference between the two and how to use each one to its greatest effect can maximize their value as you build your wealth.

by Pam Hill
Key Facts of Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

When President Joe Biden was elected into office, one of his main promises was to forgive borrowers’ student loans, and now it is beginning. Eligible borrowers can receive up to a $20,000 deduction in their outstanding student loans.

by Matin Varshochi
How Quiet Quitting Has Impacted the Labor Market

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home became an option many companies implemented for part-time and full-time employees. However, working long hours began to affect employees’ mental health, which began the workplace trend of “quiet quitting.”

by Matin Varshochi

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