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 Alexa Spencer Originally appeared in Word in Black How do you experience America? Is it safe to take a walk in your neighborhood? Can you access social services in […]
Oct. 10 is the last day to register to vote and to submit an address change for the constitutional amendment election.
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.
By Stacy M. Brown Originally appeared in NNPA Recent statistics show that African Americans comprise a large share of taxpayers in the United States. As the April 18 deadline to […]
The $5.8 trillion proposal, a wish list of administration priorities, aims to reduce America’s growing deficit over the next ten years while raising military spending and aiding domestic programs. By […]