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Eliminating Debt

Americans Expected to Rack Up $1 Trillion in Credit Card Debt This Year

Fewer Americans have ‘subprime’ credit scores, but debt levels are climbing

In some cases, all the budgeting and planning in the world won’t be enough to…

By Stacey Tisdale

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James Reynolds Jr.

3 Wealth Lessons From A BE 100s Legend: James Reynolds Jr. of Loop Capital

Develop a clear strategy, employ the right people to execute, and monitor for desired outcomes.

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In selecting BLACK ENTERPRISE’s 2016 Financial Services Company of…

By Derek T. Dingle

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relationship fails

The 3 Ways Being In Love Puts Your Assets At Risk

The difference between financially successful relationships and costly breakups boils down to a commitment to openness, honesty, and fairness

The difference between healthy, financially successful relationships and marriages, and a caustic and costly divorce…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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angel investors

Sisterhood of Angel Investors: Meet Ati Okelo Williams

Female empowerment displayed through investment and entrepreneurship

Understanding what it is like to launch and grow a successful business has fueled many…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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3 Wealth Lessons from A BE 100s Legend: Herman J. Russell

Learn money management practices and philosophies for your personal and business growth

I have had the great fortune to interview a number of business icons who have…

By Derek T. Dingle

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black communities

How Disruptive Philanthropy Can Save Black Communities

Philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, and thought leaders gathered at the fifth annual Head and Heart Philanthropy Summit in Martha's Vineyard to discuss the significance of impact investing and more

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August has been designated as Black Philanthropy Month. For the past five years,…

By Derek T. Dingle

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finances

5 Baby Steps Towards Taking Control of Your Finances

Use these five easy tips to regain control of your finances

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A good indicator that it’s time to take control of your finances is…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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money

It’s Your Money. Who’s Spending It?

My recommendation: Track your spending for a month. Play close attention to money spent to provide for the wants and needs of others

It’s your money. Whether you’re barely making ends meet or have more than enough, you’ve…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Is It Time To Put a Limit On Your Student Loan Stress?

You can be in denial, angry, depressed, confused, and even hurt when it comes to…

By Ashley M Fox

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purse

What’s In Your Purse or Wallet? Simple Money Management Tips

What you carry each day says a lot about how you manage money

The value of a purse or wallet as well as what an individual carries in…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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first home

Don’t Do These 3 Things When Buying Your First Home

Property Virgins host Egypt Sherrod shares real estate advice for first-time homebuyers

Egypt Sherrod knows a thing or two about what you should and shouldn’t do when buying…

By Alisa Gumbs

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relationship

#BlackBizMatters: 3 Reasons to Bank Black

National Bankers Association President Michael Grant explains how banking black strengthens communities and small businesses

This summer, Killer Mike and Solange Knowles used their platforms to encourage fans and those…

By Kali Wilder

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equal pay

What Are We Celebrating on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day?

On this day, this year, have we caught up to where they were last year?

Find out why August 23rd marks black women equal pay day and discover where we…

By Safon Floyd

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teens

Teaching Teens About Money: 3 Key Lessons

We all benefit from financial education. However, teenagers are often in critical need of information and guidance about money

We all benefit from financial education. However, teenagers are often in critical need of information…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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new baby

New Baby On The Way? 7 Money Moves To Make Now

Having a baby is a financial decision, and it’s critical to plan accordingly

The value of a human life will always be more than any price you can…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Renovating

4 Things You Need to Know Before Renovating Your Home

'Blog Cabin' host Chris Grundy gives homeowners the inside dish

Home improvement fanatic Chris Grundy knows his way around a toolbox. The host of Cool…

By Alisa Gumbs

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financial intimacy

Financial Intimacy: Is Your Relationship Ready?

What to consider before combining finances with a romantic partner

You and your partner may already be emotionally and physically intimate. However, that does not…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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black philanthrophy

Black Philanthropy: Causes that Matter for Black Lives (and a Thriving Society)

Why we need to give to organizations positioned to make systemic change

The following was written by Halima Leak Francis and Natalie Ossenfort.
Sports legend, Michael Jordan’s recent…

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Luxury Home

BE Luxury: 4 Things To Look For When You Buy a Luxury Home

An architect’s projects, as well as a fashion label’s branding, add unique touches to design, craftsmanship and market value

Find a licensed, reputable realtor or broker you have rapport with to represent your preferences,…

By T. Bernie

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401

Massive Investment Gap Between Black and White 401 (k) Owners

New service aims to take the guesswork out for investors

retirement, 401 (k), IRA, investing

By Stacey Tisdale

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How To

Equifax hack

After 143 Million Left Vulnerable by Equifax Hack, Here’s What You Can Do

The Equifax hack could be the largest data theft involving Social Security numbers, which is…

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JavaScript Developer

How She Became a Full Stack JavaScript Developer In 5 Intensive Months

My biggest lesson learned was overcoming limitations I had put on myself regarding what I…

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