IRS Tax Tips for the Late Filer

IRS Tax Tips for the Late Filer

by Kemberley Washington, CPA

If you haven’t filed your tax return, you are not alone. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), millions of Americans wait until the... Read More

Donald Trump Barack Obama during the 58th Presidential Inauguration

In Just 10 Weeks, Trump’s Travel Expenses Surpass Obama’s 2-Year Record

by #teamEBONY

It’s no secret that what Number 45 wants, Number 45 gets. So much that in just 10 weeks—the same amount of time he’s been... Read More

[App Addict] 3 Apps to Get Your Money Right

[App Addict] 3 Apps to Get Your Money Right

by Danielle Pointdujour

We’re three months into 2017 and many people have probably already begun to slack on some of those resolutions they’ve made.  One resolution that... Read More

Greenwood

The Greenwood Project Gives Everyone Access to the Start-Up Game

by Glenn Jeffers

Who says only multimillionaires, like Jay-Z, can invest in the next big thing? Find out why The Greenwood Project may be the answer to... Read More

Jackson

Focusing on Wall Street, Rev. Jesse Jackson Wants Equal Rights and Equal Access

by Madison J. Gray

When Rev. Jesse Jackson held the first Wall Street Project Economic Summit in 1997, Bill Clinton was president, the Black unemployment rate was 10.5... Read More

relationship

The Ultimate Guide to Relationship Riches

by George James Jr., PHYS. D., LMFT

Some of the unhappiest people in the world are financially secure. So what’s missing in their lives? The answer may be as simple as... Read More

How the Racial Wealth Gap is Spelled Out Through Retirement Savings

How the Racial Wealth Gap is Spelled Out Through Retirement Savings

by Marc Bayard and Christopher Pitt

Welcome to 2017! President Obama has exited the stage, and a Trump presidency is now reality. If you’re still not shocked, remember this: Right... Read More

The Bright Sides to Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The Bright Sides to Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

by Kara I. Stevens

Nic Cober, attorney and author of CEO of My Soul, a memoir that chronicles this small businesswoman’s tumultuous personal and entrepreneurial journey through debt,... Read More

Study Shows Discrimination Affects Some Minority Groups’ Financial Decisions

Study Shows Discrimination Affects Some Minority Groups’ Financial Decisions

by Alisha Tillery

A recent study, Discrimination, Risk and Portfolio Choice, by the University of Miami determined that specific minority groups were less likely to take financial... Read More

Dollars

Community Building: Your Guide to Recycling Black Dollars

by Glenn Jeffers

Want better schools, resources and services in your neighborhood? The first step is supporting businesses that are owned by people who look like you.... Read More