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Five Athletes Whose Love Battles Killed Their Brands

These sports figures' brands have taken major hits

As details of Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson’s domestic battery case continue to be released, we take…

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George Zimmerman Nearly Broke, Says He Needs Money

Zimmerman is reportedly living in hiding and spending tons of money on security

Zimmerman is reportedly living in hiding and spending tons of money on security

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More Black Women Going Bankrupt [Report]

Studies show that black women continue to fall short financially in comparison to their white counterparts

Studies show that black women continue to fall short financially in comparison to their white…

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Sudan’s Model Citizen: Alek Wek Returns to Help Boost Economic Development

Years after fleeing her country, supermodel working to rebuild it

International model Alek Wek lends her celebrity to humanitarian efforts in her native Sudan.

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Nearly Half Of American Senior Citizens Die Broke

Study found senior citizens with more assets live longer

Study found senior citizens with more assets live longer

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Michael Jordan, NBA Stars To Raise Money For Pres. Obama

On the same day, a host of NBA stars will participate in a fund-raising shootaround game

On the same day, a host of NBA stars will participate in a fund-raising shootaround…

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How Usain Bolt Earns $20 Million A Year

The Jamaican track star's road to riches

The Jamaican track’s star’s road to riches

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Trayvon Martin’s Parents Seek Financial Help From Florida Fund

Parents of slain teenager have yet to receive compensation from state fund

Parents of slain teenager have yet to receive compensation from state fund

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9-Year-Old Boy’s Lemonade Stand Raises Over $1,000 For Detroit

Mayor Dave Bing thanked the young boy for his generosity.

Mayor Dave Bing thanked the young boy for his generosity.

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Study Claims Income Causes More Segregation Than Race

Southwestern cities lead the way in cases of income segregation.

Southwestern cities lead the way in cases of income segregation.

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Director Spike Lee Offers To Pay Malcolm X’s Estate Debt

Storage company reportedly threatened to auction off items from civil rights legend.

Storage company reportedly threatened to auction off items from civil rights legend.

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EY offers global mentoring opportunity to entrepreneurs

Is Now the Time to Invest in Africa?

Fund manager says growing middle class, free markets make certain countries attractive

The African Continent is home to more than 1 billion people. And with a growing…

By Alan Hughes

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Real-World Finances 101: Smart Money Tips for Recent Grads

Once you've landed your first job, be sure to map out a financial plan

So you’ve got your degree and you’ve even landed your first job. Well, you’ll need…

By Jamie Harrison

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5 Tips for Renting Your Vacation Home

Know the rules before filing your tax forms

If you plan on making some extra cash by renting your vacation home this year,…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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College Degrees with the Highest Unemployment Rates

Here is a list of the top 7 college degrees with the highest unemployment rate in the country at the moment.

Here is a list of the top 7 college degrees with the highest unemployment rate…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Do You Need a Postnuptial Agreement?

A lot of people are turned off by pre-nuptials, but they are a very important part of a potential marriage where high finances are involved.

Why you might need to protect your assets after marriage

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Job Credit Checks Are Becoming a Thing of the Past

Depending on your state of residence, you might no longer be subjected to a credit check when applying for a job.

You might no longer be subjected to a credit check when applying for a job.

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Duty. Honor. Education.

Sgt. Maj. James Grady's college degree and 3.73 GPA earned him a peak promotion and hefty pay raise

“I wouldn’t have received the promotion without my degree,” says Grady. “Once you reach a…

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Teen Investors Take Charge

Williams had no idea that a single $30 stock purchase would be the foundation of…

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5 Ways the Affordable Care Act Affects Your Wallet

We sift through the dense text to tell you what the ACA means for your family and your money

5 key points of show the historical Affordable Care Act upheld by the Supreme Court…

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How To

Apply to More Than 50 HBCUs at Once With the Common Black College Application

Students can apply to 52 of the more than 100 HBCUs by completing just one…

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Password Protect Your Flash Drive In Two Simple Steps

Flash drives, thumb drives, USB sticks: whatever you want to call them, they’re more than…

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