The second installment of Bloomberg’s Power of Difference series on Black wealth offered a deep dive into issues that impact intergenerational Black wealth transfer. Continue reading Black Wealth Transfer and Confronting the Racial Wealth Gap
In these days of furloughs, layoffs, and shortened hours, when many people are struggling to pay their rent, figure out how to manage their bills, and looking askance at their college loans, it can help to have a solid financial app to assess your situation, create a budget, figure out exactly what you can (or can’t) afford, work with those pesky and confusing figures, find a better way to save, or just keep from panicking. Continue reading Six Apps that Help you Stick to a Budget
By Adam Hardy, Yahoo! Money
In an ideal scenario, refinancing your student loans can help you secure a lower interest rate, reduce your monthly loan payments or both. However Continue reading How to Refinance Student Loans
By Kathryn Porritt
The financial impacts of COVID-19 are yet to be fully seen, but small business owners and entrepreneurs across the world are already seeing major impacts to their businesses. Many are scared, wondering what options they have to economically survive this time.Continue reading Your Guide to Economically Surviving COVID-19
The University of Texas at Arlington, otherwise known as UT Arlington, will be giving its students $10.6 million in grants through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Continue reading UT Arlington to Give $10.6m in Student Grants
While health concerns continue to be top of mind surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, other aspects of day-to-day life contribute to the anxieties due to these uncertain times. One significant additional concern is the future of financial sustainability. Continue reading Studies Show 1 in 4 Americans are Seeking Type of Advisor During the Pandemic
Often requiring long hours and grueling days at the office, finance remains one of the highest-paying sectors in the U.S. economy. Continue reading Does a Career in Finance Pay Off?
Growing up in Terry, Mississippi, Sheena Allen didn’t spend much time in banks. Continue reading This app wants to bring banking to the unbanked
SALT LAKE CITY— TFS Scholarships (TFS), the most comprehensive online resource for higher education funding, has launched a free online toolkit to provide counselors, families and students with resources to help improve the college scholarship search process. The toolkit, available at tuitionfundingsources.com/resource-toolkit, provides downloadable resources and practical tips on how to find and apply for scholarships.
Continue reading TFS Scholarships Launches Online Toolkit to Provide College Funding Resources
By Brady Rhoades
On a recent episode of the Emmy-award winning Shark Tank, a 17-year-old entrepreneur—a born salesman—pitched a product that would help prevent Plantar Fasciitis, a debilitating foot condition.