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Saving for College: A Family Affair

Turbocharge college savings with the help of family members.

The cost of a college education has dramatically increased over the past decade.

By Jennifer Streaks

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Office Space Rental guide for small businesses

Where the Opportunities are in Commercial Real Estate

Aging population, immigration, domestic oil and gas industries to drive growth

One thing that will impact real estate is the increasing population in the US.

By Alan Hughes

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Twitter IPO Higly Anticipated In Silicon Valley

An initial public offering for the social network giant is the biggest news since Facebook went public

In fewer than 140 characters, Twitter Inc. tweeted that it has filed confidential paperwork to…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Why Quintin Primo is Bullish on India

Primo sees economic turnaround and investment opportunity in 12-24 months

Primo says that as a country of 1.1 billion people, India has tremendous prospects for…

By Alan Hughes

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Don’t Let Boomerang Kids Ruin Your Retirement

Here’s how to protect your finances from children returning to the nest.

Tips for protecting your retirement funds when you have children.

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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What to Do When Your Retirement Nest Egg Starts to Dwindle

Here’s how to handle financial curveballs during your golden years.

How can pre-retirees avoid or minimize the impact of an economic downturn on their retirement…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Seasoned Investment Manager Bullish on Investing in Energy Sector

Expects changing landscape to lead to greater opportunities

There will be periods of innovation, but also periods of disruption. Cycles will also be…

By Alan Hughes

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Number of People seeking Unemployment drops to 2008 levels

National Unemployment Rate Drops While Most States Hemorrhage Jobs

The jobless numbers in 28 states worsened.

States continue to struggle.

By Alan Hughes

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Do’s and Don’ts of Starting an Investment Club

Here’s how to get on the right foot.

Investment clubs provide a great way to learn about investments and the stock market.

By Tamara E. Holmes

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The Roth IRA Still a Mystery for Some

Fear and lack of knowledge are holding some investors back.

Some investors are giving the Roth IRA the cold shoulder.

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Wealthy Investors Wish They Could Save More

More money? More problems.

Even though rich people have fewer regrets, they still have concerns about money.

By Sheiresa Ngo

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5 Tips to Improve your 401(k) Plan

Make sure you don’t fall short and outlive your savings

Millions of Americans put their 401(k) plans on autopilot, have limited knowledge about how and…

By LaToya M. Smith

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Opinions on How to Spend Your Tax Refund Run the Gamut

How will you spend yours?

Everyone has an opinion at this time of year.

By Darren Sands

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Fredrick D. Scott Starts Investment Firm For African American Institutions

Former hedge fund manager is creating opportunities for others

Former hedge fund manager is creating opportunities for others

By Darren Sands

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Smart Money Moves for Investors

There's a sub market for the savvy investor

5 things to watch for.

By Ashley R. Harris

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As Stocks Rise, So Does the Number of Millionaires

The number of U.S. households worth $1 million or more spikes.

The rise in U.S. millionaires is a stark contrast to those who are not, with…

By Gerren Keith Gaynor

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How to Manage the Investor Relationship

Entrepreneurs, see how to have a mutually beneficial relationship with your investor

BlackEnterprise.com outlines 5 tips to managing the investor relationship.

By Mary Pryor

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Inform Your Elderly on the Dangers of Self-Directed IRAs

Just one or two mishaps can lead to losing everything when an investment goes bad

Don’t let your elderly family members fall victim to the risks of self-directed IRAs.

By Jennifer Streaks

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Fed Teases to When Interest Rates Will Go Up

The Fed is waiting for unemployment to hit a magic number before it entertains changing interest rates

Is good news on the horizon?

By Ashley R. Harris

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Sorry, Granny: Savings Bonds to Go Digital

Savings bonds have gone digital, much to the chagrin of grandparents

How will this change the system?

By Ashley R. Harris

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Ask Sheree: How to Manage an Overload of Work

It is very common for a busy professional to feel overwhelmed with their job commitments…

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