Tag Archives: financial literacy

Jhanay Harris' house is in financial order (Photo by Lonnie C. Major)

How to Keep a Good Financial Start Going

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

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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(l-r) Robin A. Young, Financial Adviser and President, Women Behaving Wealthy; Lori Anne Douglass, Partner, Trusts and Estates Group, Moses & Singer L.L.P.; Sharon Epperson, CNBC Senior Commodities and Personal Finance Correspondent; Dail St. Claire, President, Williams Capital Management

Everything You Wanted to Know About Your Finances

Understand your risk tolerance, because most people’s portfolio allocation is not consistent with their risk…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Financial Adviser Creates March (Money) Madness to Promote Financial Literacy

Brokerage professional gives common sports bracket investment spin

Rob Wilson, created an investment game that plays off the popular March Madness basketball…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Think Like a Woman … Manage Your Money Like a Man

According to sociologist Mariko Chang, women’s earnings are currently at about 78% of men’s, yet…

By Bridget McCrea

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Ask the Money Coach: Resources to Help Teach Your Kids About Financial Literacy

Learning the value of money and saving at an early age will help your child make smart money choices in the future

The Money Coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox tells you how to teach your kids the value of…

By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

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ROBERT “BOB” JOHNSON 	Princeton University 	MA, Public/International Affairs 	Class of ’72   Johnson is the founder of Black Entertainment Television [BET], which launched in 1980. Starting as just a two-hour program, BET developed into a nationwide television channel, becoming the first African American owned company to be acknowledged by the New York Stock Exchange in 1991. After selling the all-Black television network to Viacom in 2001, Johnson became the first African American billionaire.

UBR Spotlight: Master Entrepreneur Robert L. Johnson

More on the entrepreneurs, business strategies and economic news on The Urban Business Roundtable

This week on The Urban Business Roundtable: master wealth builder Robert L. Johnson, chairman of…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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How To Have “The Talk” With Your Teen

They're back in school. But, when it comes to raising money-smart kids, it's up to us to initiate the conversation

The bad news: Our most recent Great Recession and the things that precipitated it have…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Sick And Tired Of Your Money Problems? Try Hill Harper’s ‘Wealth Cure’

The actor and best-selling author's new book has The Wealth Cure for what ails you financially, and it's good medicine

The best-selling author and actor Hill Harper provides sound strategies for managing and investing your…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Take Your Kids To Money School!

How to find a workshop, after-school program, or camp that’s right for your child

The program Brendan attended, the Youth Investment Club, is jointly run by the Lanham, Maryland-based…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Make Money Management a Family Affair

For those who believe the days of spending with reckless abandon will return, I have…

By Earl "Butch" Graves Jr.

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How Badly Do You Want Financial Freedom?

If you talk the talk, but will not walk the walk, I've got news for you: freedom ain't free

Each week, we get e-mails and letters from people who tell us they are determined…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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How the Racial Wealth Gap Hurts Children of Color

The Root columnist explores solutions to a growing problem

The Root columnist explores solutions to a growing problem

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For four decades and counting, Black Enterprise has been committed to the financial education and economic advancement of black Americans. Our mission, simply put, is to help you build Wealth for Life. Over the years, we've gained some passionate allies in our campaign to help you reach your goals, achieve your dreams and improve the quality of your life by taking control of your finances. The following champions of financial literacy--ranging from syndicated columnists and television anchors to finance industry pros and community activists--have been among the most effective and determined evangelists of our Wealth for Life Principles. If you are serious about wealth building, pay attention to the people who want to make your rich.

16 Money Experts Who Want To Make You Rich

These champions of financial literacy are committed to helping you to achieve the Black Enterprise mission: Wealth for Life

If Wealth for Life is your goal, these champions of financial literacy are committed to…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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BlackEnterprise.com caught up with BE Next leaders in finance, entertainment, science, and technology on their favorite reads that inspire them and give them tools to achieve their dreams.

40 Next: Young Leaders’ Book Picks for Success

Top reads of today's BE Next entreprenuers and professionals

BE Next leaders give their favorite books on success and leadership

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Book Review: Bold Moves To Creating Financial Wealth

At just over 100 pages, this primer is a good first read for those intimidated by money books

Bold Moves to Creating Financial Wealth by Gerald Grant Jr. delivers a quick read, keeping…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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How to Achieve Your Financial Freedom

Author and finance expert Ryan Mack gives tips on breaking free from financial burdens

In his new book, Living in the Village: Build Your Financial Future and Strengthen Your…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Ohio State Treasurer Kevin Boyce Not Going Out Without a Fight

His campaign offers promise to boost minority business, financial literacy

Overseeing $5 billion, including a $150 billion public pension fund, Boyce represents one of four…

By Derek T. Dingle

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8 Personal Finance Tips for Young Adults

The basic concepts you need to embrace in order to take charge of your financial future

Young adults—in high school or college and just starting a career or a family—have plenty…

By Black Enterprise

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Leading a Thrifty Lifestyle

André and Yohancé Jackson routinely attended a movie and purchased the latest CDs and DVDs…

By Glenn Townes

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