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Scary Easy! Quick Ways to Save Big This Halloween

Goons and goblins alike should get ready to save their pennies

Halloween expenses can add up — here’s how to stem the tide!

By Ashley R. Harris

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What Investors Want to Know

3 Clutch Business Tools For Entrepreneurs

These tools can get you on the fast track to productivity

Thousands of entrepreneurs rely on these web-based business tools.

By Ashley R. Harris

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3 Signs You’re Ready to Become an Entrepreneur

Do you have what it takes?

These signs could lead to a new future for would-be entrepreneurs

By Ashley R. Harris

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Giving This Holiday Season? Don’t Get Duped.

GuideStar report highlights key planning strategies

GuideStar, the database and website that vets and provides information on non-profit and charitable organizations,…

By Darren Sands

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How to Save Money When Going Out on the Road

Here's how to prepare so you can save money on your next trip

Here’s how to prepare so you can save money on your next trip

By Ashley R. Harris

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Are You Confused About Retirement?

Find out the reality of retirement options with this quiz

Find out the reality of retirement options with this quiz

By Sakina P. Spruell

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Keeping Up With the Jacksons

Rather than finding new ways to spend, Portia and Kyron Jackson discover new ways to save

While some people define disposable income as the money they have left over to spend,…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Black Grads: ‘We’re More Financially Responsible Than Past Generations’

Do you agree or disagree?

Seventy percent of African Americans age 18 to 34 said they were either “disciplined” or…

By Darren Sands

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Want to Break Your Lease? Here’s How to Go About it

While it's not recommend, sometimes you will just have to break your lease

While it’s not recommend, sometimes you will just have to break your lease

By Sheiresa Ngo

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$640 million... 

Could fund the entire angel rounds for 577 tech startups. In 2011, the average angel round—which secures capital for a startup, usually from individuals investing their own money—was $1.11 million.

Paycheck-to-Paycheck Living Reaches Recession-Era Low

The number of workers relying on payday to handle bills continues to slip

A recent CareerBuilder survey shows that 40%, or two-thirds, of the 3800 full-time workers assessed…

By Sakina P. Spruell

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You’ve walked across the stage, and graduation is over. Now you’re inching your way into the world of adulthood equipped with working a 9-to-5 and paying bills. For the majority of post-college grads, handling their own finances is a new--- and scary---experience. 
According to FinAid, graduating seniors leave college with an average of $23,000 in loan debt. Add to that rent, utilities, gas, and groceries, and it’s easy to dig yourself into a deep hole with the average entry-level salary. While surviving on a starting salary is difficult, it’s not impossible. Here are four tips from Darric N. Boyd, a Merrill Lynch certified financial expert, on getting (and keeping) a grip on your newfound finances. --- Jamie Harrison

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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Patrice J. Williams, founder of Looking Fly On a Dime (Image: Danielle Gray)

Black Blogger Month: Looking Fly on a Dime, The Savvy Shopper

From the unemployment line to online, Patrice J. Williams heads a thrifting blog that's positioned her as a TV personality and budgeting guru

Patrice J. Williams transformed her obsession with thrift shopping into a marketable brand, Looking Fly…

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How to Keep a Good Financial Start Going

“My parents were both teachers. They always taught me to save and the value of…

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Investment Planning by the Decade

Whether the market rises or falls, you need to stay the course and invest throughout your lifetime

Only two in 10 African Americans believe they are on track to meet their goals…

By Frank McCoy

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Notorious B.I.G. once rhymed, "There’s rules to this stuff. I wrote me a manual."  Though it applied to a different type of game, Christopher Wallace was on to something. Now that the 2012 NFL Draft is over, many players will need a guide to  keep them out of the gossip blogs, tabloids, and bankruptcy courts. We’ve seen so many athletes come into the NFL broke and leave in the same way. It’s a cycle we must stop. So, before these athletes get caught up, perhaps they should read The Five Draft Commandments. (What!) ---Christian Law


Left, 2012 NFL First-round draft pick Fletcher Cox of the Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Hunter Martin/Philadelphia Eagles/Getty Images)

New Money: The Five (NFL) Draft Commandments

Rookies should heed these rules of finance and life to avoid pitfalls

With the 2012 NFL Draft complete, here are some rules of money (and life) that…

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Entrepreneurs: Learn How to Raise (and Balance!) Money for Your Business

Register for the Black Enterprise Small Business University NOW and learn how to build, fund, grow and lead your business to success!

Register for the Black Enterprise Small Business University NOW and learn how to build, fund,…

By Elayne Fluker

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Get Excited About Your Money

Our Wealth for Life mission is to ensure that you become an active participant in…

By Alisa Gumbs

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Cindy McField-Asamoah, a vice president with the Corcoran Group (left) and Robin A. Young, president of Women Behaving Wealthy (Photo by Rayon Richards)

Peek In Your Purse

“A woman behaving wealthy spends on the basis of what is important to her on…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Coping With Unexpected Health Issues

“When you’re 40 and the doctor tells you that you may not be able to…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Is It Time to Negotiate a Higher Salary?

Timely, strategic steps towards establishing and proving your worth

How do you know it’s time to ask your employer for more money?

By Patrice C. Washington

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How to Start a Profitable T-Shirt Business

T-shirts are contemporary wardrobe staples for men, women, and children today. Building an online T-shirt…

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How to Invest in Cannabis Stocks

While some stocks in these sectors have been high fliers, even more have gone bust…

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