5 Survival Tips for Building Your Business on the Side

5 Survival Tips for Building Your Business on the Side

by Kara I. Stevens

Raise your hand if you want to quit your 9-5 and start your own business. Raise your hand if you are ready to quit... Read More

[Powered by Hennessy] Troy Carter Launches “It’s A Privilege To Empower”

[Powered by Hennessy] Troy Carter Launches “It’s A Privilege To Empower”

by Tyrus Townsend

Tech entrepreneur Troy Carter is collaborating with Hennessy and WeWork to provide a special opportunity for a tech startup to develop. For most first... 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 feel... 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 to live with less... Read More

New Fannie Mae Mortgage Rules Benefit African-American, Latino Homebuyers

New Fannie Mae Mortgage Rules Benefit African-American, Latino Homebuyers

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

Fannie Mae is rolling out a series of new mortgage rules that will make it easier for African-Americans, Latinos and others to qualify for... 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

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 of consumer... Read More

Mastering the Art of Prioritizing

Mastering the Art of Prioritizing

by Jinnie Cristerna

"After working with hundreds of professionals, managing four children, a husband and a business, I've learned that prioritizing can save people a lot of... Read More

How to Stop Procrastinating and Get Financially Fit Now

How to Stop Procrastinating and Get Financially Fit Now

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

Procrastination is a bad personal habit, but it can be an even bigger problem when you're trying to manage your finances well. If you... Read More

4 Bad Credit Behaviors to Avoid

4 Bad Credit Behaviors to Avoid

by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

National Get Smart About Credit Day occurs this week, and takes place annually on the third Thursday of October. While it's not a federal... Read More