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How NFL Players Spend Their Money

Most rookie athletes are in their late teens or early twenties, earning millions of dollars. Below are examples of NFL players who either went broke or generated more wealth and the factors that led to these athletes' financial outcomes.

by Matin Varshochi
What Does Net Worth Mean?

Many of us read the Forbes list every year, seeing people like Rihanna's net worth listed at $1.7 billion or Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson's net worth listed at $800 million. More recently, Forbes reported that Tesla founder Elon Musk, the wealthiest man in the world, has an astonishing $256 billion net worth.

by CapWay
5 Ways to Save Money During a Recession

Whether in an official recession or constantly hearing economists and financial experts in the media mention that we are heading towards one, what does a recession mean for me and my money?

by CapWay
Seven Tips to Improve Your Financial Position

To become financially successful in the long run, one must make a series of smart decisions. As a person’s main goal should be to try and achieve financial independence, below are some tips that could help you expedite your financial success.

by Nailah Herbert
Six Financial Lessons From Popular Superheroes

Superheroes are multi-talented. They dedicate their time to making the world a better place, save innocent people from villains, and they also have hidden lessons that teach people about financial literacy. Keep reading to find out what these four superheroes taught me about money.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
How to Negotiate Your Salary Via Email (With Examples)

Negotiating salary and compensation are crucial steps in the interview process. Key advantages of negotiating your offer through email include more time to research and the ability to better control your tone and emotions in writing.

by Pam Hill
3 Alternatives to College After Leaving High School

Many of us are told by our teachers, counselors, and parents that college is the best choice. However, going to college is not for everyone. Choosing to attend college is a personal choice and should be considered an investment.

by Nailah Herbert
Three Ways to Support an Underpaid and Overworked Teacher

Teachers are slowly having more added to their plate and less given in return. If we want to stop teachers from burning out and leaving the classroom, we have to help. Here's how.

by Shaun Morgan
How to Increase Your Assets

Assets are valuable tangible and non-tangible items that you own. Assets can range from cash in a checking or savings account to a digital asset such as an NFT. All assets have monetary value, and sometimes their value will increase over time.

by CapWay
How to Transition from College to a Career

Making the transition from college to a career can be challenging. But most people make some huge mistakes while making this transition. Here's how to make a seamless transition.

by Shaun Morgan
Investing 101: Real Estate, Stocks, and Bonds

Examining the pros and cons of real estate, stocks and bonds will provide you with the tools to evaluate which investment strategy works best for you and how to begin, no mater your investment budget size.

by Pam Hill
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