5 Tips to Buying a New Car in 2016

5 Tips to Buying a New Car in 2016

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

If buying a new car is on your radar for 2016, you probably couldn’t have picked a better time to get a fresh set of wheels. Interest… Read More

5 Things to Do With Your Money Before You Turn 30

5 Things to Do With Your Money Before You Turn 30

by Kara I. Stevens

Just for the record, your 20s is not a throw away decade. While it is expected that you will make mistakes when it comes to your finances, it is not… Read More

How Anyone Can Get Cheaper Health Insurance

How Anyone Can Get Cheaper Health Insurance

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

Rising healthcare costs can put a huge dent in your budget. But it can be even more costly to go without healthcare -- especially if you wind up with… Read More

4 Reasons You're Still Broke

4 Reasons You're Still Broke

by Kara I. Stevens

Being "broke" seems to be a recurring theme among Black women despite our collective levels of education, resources, and salary. In… Read More

How to Recover From a Black Friday Shopping Hangover

How to Recover From a Black Friday Shopping Hangover

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

Thanksgiving isn’t here yet, but even before that turkey dinner has a chance to fully digest in your belly, some of you are going to go… Read More

3 Tips to Make Your Holiday Donations Pay Off

3 Tips to Make Your Holiday Donations Pay Off

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

A lot of us give to charities, our places of worship, or other non-profit organizations during the holidays. While it probably makes you… Read More

How Being A Minimalist Will Save You Big Time

How Being A Minimalist Will Save You Big Time

by Kara I. Stevens

Over the last month, I’ve reintroduced myself to the concept of minimalism. Minimalism is a lifestyle where individuals intentionally decide… Read More

How Big Should Emergency Funds Be?

How Big Should Emergency Funds Be?

by Kara I. Stevens

If you are working, living, loving, and earning, then you need an emergency fund to help you through life's lumps, bumps, and bruises. Think:… Read More

The Big Payback<br />

The Big Payback

by TAIIA SMART YOUNG

Earlier this year, the New York Federal Reserve reported that student loan debt had ballooned to $1.16 trillion. It’s the second-largest source… Read More

Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Financial Tips for Newlyweds

by Kara I. Stevens

Last week, I was on the train sitting next to a couple that was getting married the next day. They were both wearing "bride" and "groom"… Read More

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