Every year since 1988, December 1 has been known as World AIDS Day. This year marks 40 years since the very first cases of AIDS were officially reported. World AIDS Day is acknowledged worldwide, giving a voice to the over 38 million people currently living with HIV as well as the over 36 million who have lost a loved one to the disease.
Owning a Home: Guidance from Your Local Home Lending Advisor
Are you considering buying your first home, but unsure where to start? Purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial decisions a person can make, and the path […]
Sista Sista Nail Spa: Serving Black Women in Dallas For Twelve Years
A Black-owned nail salon sustained for twelve years, Sista Sista Nail Spa offers Black women a luxurious experience. Started in 2009 by co-owners and founders Tafrine Green and Shantell Barnum-Mosley, […]
The Black Trans Advocacy Coalition: Servicing the Community For a Decade
Located in nine states (Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Kansas, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia and Pennsylvania), the Black Trans Advocacy Coalition (BTAC) has been helping Dallas’s Black trans community for over a […]
Damning Evidence Shows Racism Rampant at Dallas Museum of Art
After the murder of George Floyd, the Dallas Museum of Art set out to make itself more inclusive. It didn’t end well. Leadership and staff clashed over the recommendations. At least four employees who worked on the diversity initiative resigned in protest.
Smart Tips And Tricks For Teaching Kids Good Financial Habits
As kids across the country are gearing up to head back to school, parents and caregivers are looking forward to their children learning new lessons and skills, full of fun and education. While school is a primary place for students to learn, some of the most impactful lessons actually start at home — particularly about money and developing healthy financial habits early.
Focusing on Financial Health: Charting the Path Toward Your Next Milestone
Whether you’re looking to become financially independent, planning for a long-awaited vacation, or saving for a down payment to buy your first home, it’s important to become aware of the tools and skills available to help make your financial journey as smooth as possible.
Preparing to file your taxes? Chase shows you how to safely deposit your tax refund into your account
Filing your taxes can feel overwhelming, especially during a pandemic. Like last year, the IRS has pushed the deadline for filing federal income tax back to help taxpayers who have […]
Chase Opens Innovative Branch in Oak Cliff
Chase marked the grand opening of its first Community Center branch in Texas – and the fourth nationwide – to provide greater access to financial services and education for the […]
If you own a business, you’ve only got days left to apply for a Paycheck Protection loan
In just four months last year, more than 5 million U.S. businesses received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan. That helped them pay their workers, their mortgage or rent, and […]