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College Athletes Profit from NIL Deals

Despite the continued reluctance from the NCAA, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of college athletes. On July 1, 2021, a new federal bill was passed, stating that college athletes could receive compensation for their name, image, and likeness (NIL).

by Matin Varshochi
The Financial Deception Caused by Social Media

Based on the perception and display of a luxury lifestyle by many social media users, it has generated others to want to "keep up with the Joneses" without knowing that the lifestyle being displayed on social media is not the real-life truth.

by Sheena Allen
5 Celebrities Who Chose Equity Over Cash

Equity allows investors to build long-term wealth by holding a stake (the amount of stock an investor owns) within a company. Being an investor, and particularly an early investor (or stakeholder), comes with risk.

by Sheena Allen
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Stix

Stix utilizes his platform to help build his hometown of Watts, California, into a thriving community by providing individuals and families with resources from financial education programs to charitable fundraising.

by Nailah Herbert
4 Celebrities Who Dealt With Student Loans

If you are one of the 42.9 million Americans who owe some portion of the $1.57 trillion in student loan debt, you already know that student loans can be stressful. Some of your favorite celebrities and influencers have or are currently in college.

by CapWay
Nipsey Hussle Quotes About Money, Motivation, and Success

Nipsey Hussle has many lyrics and quotes to inspire, financially motivate, and encourage you to never give up on your dreams.

by Nailah Herbert
Lil Nas X: From a Negative Bank Account to Millionaire

Lil Nas X is one of many examples of someone who has turned their internet promotion into a real money maker. During an interview with Nardwuar, the then twenty-year-old artist confirmed he had -$5.62 in his Wells Fargo bank account before releasing his hit single "Old Town Road."

by CapWay
21 Savage Talks Financial Literacy

Rapper 21 Savage has been vocal and transparent about his lack of financial literacy when growing up. Read this article to learn about 21 Savage and why he is advocating for financial education with youth and adults.

by CapWay
Video: Why Rapper 21 Savage No Longer Purchases Jewelry

Rapper 21 Savage currently has 60 million monthly listeners on Spotify, making him one of the highest-listened-to artists on the platform. He offers his best financial advice to those who want financial stability and to build wealth.

by CapWay
Money Gems Dropped on Jay-Z’s 4:44 Album | Decoded Lyrics

Jay-Z amassed his billion-dollar wealth from various outlets that include more than just his music catalog. The financial lessons that Jay-Z teaches in his 4:44 album prove to be one of the greatest albums to talk about personal finance and wealth.

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