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Did They Cause the Credit Crisis?

The loud, angry chorus of blame began almost immediately. As big banks and brokerage…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Goodbye Credit Card Rate Hikes?

New rules add protections for consumers

For many of us, credit cards have been a saving grace in times of need…

By Renita Burns

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Report: Disparities in Higher Education for Blacks

Study says African Americans still lacking in opportunities

As the U.S. government works to overhaul the nation’s financial system and contemplates bailing out…

By Aisha I. Jefferson

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Scam Artists Adapt to Economic Crisis

Avoid those who prey on your financial woes

While scams are always a concern of law enforcement, experts are warning that the tough…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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What You Should Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy has gotten more difficult—and expensive.

It was the daily flood of phone calls that finally did it. They became so…

By Ilana Polyak

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The Cutting Edge: New Year’s Eve

Bring in a party with more bang for your buck

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and if you haven’t cemented plans to…

By Renita Burns

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Your Home Maintenance Checklist

Make your abode one that will stand the test of time

Routine home maintenance is essential to keeping your house running and preventing minor problems from…

By Renita Burns

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Your Home Insurance Checklist

Protect one of your most valuable assets

Your home is your castle, and probably your biggest investment. So, it’s essential that whatever…

By Renita Burns

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The Cutting Edge: Getting the Most From Your Gym

Making sure you get the workout and not your wallet

The New Year is almost here, and if you’re one of the countless people who’ve…

By Renita Burns

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Give Yourself A Holiday Tax Gift

Make year-end moves that can pay off next April

It’s not too late to trim your tax bill for 2008. Here’s what you can…

By Donald Jay Korn

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The Cutting Edge: Furnishing Your First Apartment

Simple steps to make the new move less costly

Finally, you’re fresh out of college and ready to settle into your first apartment. Sure…

By Renita Burns

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An Alternative to Credit: Layaway

Tips for getting the most out of your shopping

With its roots in the Great Depression, layaway allows shoppers who don’t have enough money…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Black Wealth Initiative: Wealth for Life

Principles get makeover to encompass today’s challenges

As times have changed, so too has the Black Wealth Initiative. This year, Black Enterprise…

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Can Blacks Build Wealth and Remain Charitable?

Study shows that affluent blacks make giving a priority

The Northern Trust Corp. questioned affluent blacks about their giving habits and published their findings…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Flex Your Buying Muscle

Flexible spending account a viable option to cover healthcare costs

If your insurance provider is cutting back while you are forced to pay more, don’t…

By Renita Burns

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The Cutting Edge: Lowering Your Healthcare Costs

Finding ways to get affordable coverage, medicines

Whether you’re searching for health coverage or have a plan, here are a few tips…

By Renita Burns

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Lending Money to Friends and Family

How to avoid heartache when loaning to a loved one

It is part of the African American spirit to help our friends and family who…

By Margarette Burnette

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Black Retailers Gear Up for the Holidays

Frugal shoppers to make for a tough season for small businesses

Anxiety over the poor economy, including worries about home foreclosures, tightening credit and unemployment, has…

By Michael Dabney

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Stepping Away From the Frenzy

On keeping shopping simple and free of Black Friday madness

A truncated shopping period between Thanksgiving and Christmas, combined with the absence of an “it”…

By Renita Burns

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Recession or Depression: Defining Economic Decline

Deep recession or depression? As a journalist, it’s hard to argue that words don’t matter.…

By John Simons

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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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