By Bria Overs Originally appeared in Word in Black The Internal Revenue Service announced the annual inflation adjustments for over 60 tax provisions earlier this month, including changes to standard tax deductions, […]
By Bria Overs Originally appeared in Word in Black The economy is gnawing at the wallets of Americans, and even more so for those who rely on Social Security and […]
New research from J.P. Morgan Wealth Management shows Black, Hispanic and Latina women not only learning more about investing, but also taking action with building generational wealth. This data derives […]
By Bria Overs Originally appeared in Word in Black When traditional banks turned away Black Americans, credit unions welcomed them with open arms. Different from a bank, credit unions are […]
The Department of Education has approved another round of debt forgiveness for 1,200 graduates and former students of the University of Phoenix, totaling $37 million in student loans, due to the school’s misleading advertising campaign.
Passing down financial knowledge is common in the Black community, yet there’s a potential danger in sharing incorrect financial advice that could put someone on the wrong path.
However, too many Americans lack the “longevity literacy” to prepare for retirement properly.
Brought to you by JPMorgan Chase Car Buying in 2023 – How to Prepare For decades, most people followed a simple formula when they were ready to purchase a newvehicle. […]
US Small Business Administration (SBA) South Central Regional Administrator Ted James visited DeSoto City Hall on Tuesday, August 1, to sign a Strategic Alliance Memorandum (SAM) with DeSoto Mayor Rachel L. Proctor and the […]
Dallas Startup Week 2023, the largest entrepreneurial event in North Texas, organized by the 501 (c ) (3) non-profit, The DEC Network, is returning for its 8th week-long event, this […]