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National Urban League CEO Marc Morial discuss the results of the latest African American Financial Experience Survey results with CNN's Soledad O'Brien (Image: Alfred Edmond Jr.)

New Study Focuses On Financial Priorities, Challenges of Black America

Prudential Financial reveals the results of its 2013-2014 "African American Financial Experience" study

The 2013-2014 African American Financial Experience study is out. Commissioned by Prudential Financial, this is…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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What’s REALLY Keeping You Out of the One Percent?

Dennis Kimbro's new book, "The Wealth Choice," makes the compelling case that becoming a millionaire is not a matter of chance or connections, but of choice.

Why do some of us become millionaires, even billionaires, while the majority of the rest…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Earl G. Graves Jr., President & CEO of Black Enterprise

Wealth: The Great Divide

The greatest divide in this country is not health, education or digital … it’s wealth.…

By Earl Graves, Jr.

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How To Close The Wealth Gap: Step 1

It may take generations to do it. But it starts with making better decisions with the money we have.

The Black wealth gap must be closed. Here’s how we begin to make steps towards…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Middle-class African Americans are more likely than whites to have cut back on saving and investing in order to make it through the recession, according to the 2010 Ariel Black Investor Survey. The data is not unexpected since the unemployment rate for African Americans (15.4%) continues to track higher than the overall jobless rate for all Americans (9.5%). “In times of economic hardship, people have to make difficult decisions,” said Mellody Hobson, Ariel president and columnist for Black Enterprise magazine. “Unfortunately, the resulting trade-offs mean many in our community are slipping even further behind.”

African American Investors are Down, but Not Out

Cutting back on saving and spending, helps blacks make it through recession

Middle-class African Americans are more likely than whites to have cut back on saving and…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Celebrating Black Business

Frederick E. Jordan and John William Templeton crusade to raise awareness with a month of recognition in August

Frederick E. Jordan didn’t have many financing options when he started his engineering and construction…

By Jason Evers Roberson

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Are Black Folks ‘Scrubs?’

Although we've made great progress, we're still "sitting on the passenger side" of American wealth

I’m talking about the scrub described in TLC’s lyrics: “Sitting on the passenger side of…

By Eric D. Grant

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Warmed-over Myths of Black Wealth

Newsflash from CNBC's NEWBOs: If you're black and can't rap or play ball, forget about making it in America.

It’s 2009 and a black man is President of the United States of America. So…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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