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Circle of Sisters Expo Returns to New York to Empower Women

Join Black Enterprise editors as they talk social media and crowdfunding

Circle of Sisters Expo, New York’s largest expo for women of color, will begin Saturday,…

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Infographic: Wealthbuilding Habits of the Rich

What sets the super-rich apart from the rest of us?

If you want to be wealthy, take a few small steps each day to get…

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Top of the Upper Class: 155 New Billionaires Minted in 2014

Few people of color: 2 are African American and several hail from Africa

Michael Jordan and other new faces join the billionaire club, bringing total accumulated wealth to…

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TIAA-CREF Survey: More Consumers Interested in Financial Advice

Less people are shying away from professional input

A recent survey shows more consumers are opening up to financial advice.

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10 Richest African Americans In Congress

A rundown of the U.S. politicians making the most money in the House

Check out this rundown of wealthiest black congressmen and women, based on figured compiled by…

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7 SAVINGS ACCOUNT QUESTIONS  	1. Does this account fit my banking habits?  	Just like with a checking account you have to ask yourself (and the prospective bank) similar questions: Do you prefer meeting face-to-face with a teller or quick transactions online? How often do you tap into your savings, if at all? Do you prefer setting up automatic withdrawals or managing your account with a passbook? Your personal preference(s) play a major part in selecting a bank.

Retirement Tips for the Sandwich Generation

Tips from TIAA-CREF Financial Planner Shelly-Ann Eweka

If you’re stuck in the middle between college savings and caring for aging parents, you…

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7 Ways To Give To Your Favorite Charitable Causes

How to give generously, as well as strategically, with an eye on smart wealth management.

How to give generously, as well as strategically, to charitable causes, with an eye on…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Survey: Gen Xers Still Recovering From Recession

Many are not saving enough for retirement and plan to work beyond age 65

Research finds many Generation Xers aren’t saving for retirement.

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Top 20 Global Locales for Billionaires

Data show cities that house the most wealthy

Here’s a breakdown of where the most billionaires are located and why.

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Forbes Media Sells Majority Stake To Hong Kong Investment Company Group

Forbes reaches agreement with group of international investors

Forbes Media, the parent company of Forbes Magazine has reached an agreement to sell a…

By Richard Spiropoulos


Survey: More Americans Borrowing from 401K for Non-Essentials

Here's why that's not such a good idea

Survey by TIAA-CREF, titled Borrowing Against Your Future, shows some workers are getting downright…

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[Exclusive] Part 2: Rick Ross Details Nigerian Business Interests and Winning with MMG Team

'It's no better time than now to set example, rewrite the game'

Mogul Rick Ross sits down for part two of exclusive to talk business interests…

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Nielsen Study: African American Income, Education Exceeds Expectations

Consumer Spending Slows Down in June

Overall consumption, however, remains positive

Slow declines in the unemployment rate resulted in hesitance among consumers.

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Consumer Tip of the Day: Couples, Learn to Live on One Income

You'll always be ready for a rainy day with this strategy

If you and your beau want to have a great nest egg, try this savings…

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Consumer Tip of the Day: Automate Your Savings

Your daily money bite

Make an effort to save at least 10% of your paycheck. Here’s how.

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Inheritance Update: CFPB Clarifies Mortgage Rules

If property is passed down to you, here's how you can avoid problems

The Ability-to-Repay rule shields consumers from careless mortgage lending.

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Top Worst States for Working Mothers

Did your state make the list?

National Partnership for Women and Families released its Expecting Better report details the worst states…

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Report: Female White House Staffers Receive Smaller Raises, Fewer Promotions

More men hold higher-paying, senior jobs on Capitol Hill

Emerging numbers from White House on salaries paint negative portrait of pay equality.

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Study: Women Are More Optimistic About Economy Than Men

Female entrepreneurs also use social media more to connect with customers

In a study done by American Express, women are more likely to be optimistic about…

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Report Finds Differences in Retirement Savings Habits

Roth IRA investors tend to be consistent savers

A recent report shows in any given year, more than three in 10 Roth IRA…

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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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Dealing with a Recruiter: 5 Simple Do’s and Dont’s for Landing the Final Interview

Aisha M. Taylor, co-founder of TAYLORMade Professional Career Consulting, shares tips for job candidates going…

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