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#WealthforLife Wednesdays: Is it Time to Consult a Financial Planner?

After years of doing things on my own I knew it was time to get some professional advice

Before you dismiss the idea of working with a financial planner, find out how they…

By LaToya M. Smith

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Help Mom Build Wealth for Mother’s Day

She's spent your whole life investing herself in you. Doesn't she deserve financial security for herself?

Your mother has probably spent your entire life investing in you. Mother’s Day is a…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Give Your New Graduate A Financial Head Start

Getting young adults on the right path with their finances is the best way to mark a rite of passage to adulthood.

Getting young adults on the right path with their finances is the best way to…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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5 Important Tips to Consider When Choosing a Financial Planner

Need professional assistance to manage your finances?

Here’s some help how to choose the right person for you

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What Happens to a Marriage When She Makes More?

A provocative book by Dr. Dawn DeLavallade candidly addresses the impact of the growing earning power of women on families and marital relationships.

More than 26 percent of marriages today feature wives who out-earn their husbands–and that figure…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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5 Smart Money Moves to Make Right Now

Use this time to get your financial goals back on track

It pays to get work smarter in this economic climate.

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How to Formulate a Financial Back-up Plan

Strategies and tips for saving for a rainy day

Tips to set up a back-up plan for your finances.

By Jennifer Streaks

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Living in a committed relationship without the benefit of marriage creates unique challenges for financial planning.

Financial Advice for The Committed, But Unmarried

In a long-term relationship, but not ready to put a ring on it? Here are steps to honor your partnership while protecting your finances.

People not married but in long-term committed relationships have many of the same financial concerns…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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The Team You Need for Your Year-End Financial Checkup

At a time when it’s about the parties and festivities, it can be hard to…

By Black Enterprise

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How to Create a Solid Financial Back-Up Plan

Why the Plan B tips can save you in tough economic times

Life never goes exactly according to plan. So what’s your plan B?

By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

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Get it Together, Diva: Plans B, C, and D are Always a Good Look

Proper prioritizing and preparation can help to cushion life's bumps

When it comes to life, prioritizing and practicing due diligence in all aspects is def.…

By Janell Hazelwood

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End of the World Checklist: Do You Have Your Financial House in Order?

What will your financial legacy say about you when your world ends?

BlackEnterprise.com’s checklist to prepare to leave behind your financial legacy via estate planning and living…

By Janell Hazelwood

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5 Tips on How to Handle Sudden Wealth

Whether you just signed a multi-million dollar contract or inherited property from a wealthy relative, here are some tips to help you keep—and grow—your wealth responsibly

Whether you’ve just signed a multi-million dollar contract, won the lottery, or inherited property from…

By Robert J. Gordon

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Doing What You Love

To follow his newfound passion for teaching, William Hampton must learn to live on a smaller income

Last year, William Hampton, 27, decided that he’d rather shape young minds than build automobiles.…

By Jason Evers Roberson

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Thrifty Family Living

Terry and Tyra Johnson stick to a few simple practices to cut expenses and save more money

One of the first big changes Terry made: “We used to get large tax refunds…

By Glenn Townes

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America Saves Week, but it's our mission to tell you how to save more of your money all year round.  Improving your savings habits takes discipline and effort. Here are a few tips to help you get started.--Sheiresa Ngo

Save More of Your Money!

Simple steps to help you stash more cash

Last week was America Saves Week, but it’s our mission to tell you how to…

By Black Enterprise

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6) The rich versus the wealthy: Chris Rock says there's a big difference between rich and wealthy. (Remember? “If Bill Gates woke up with Oprah’s money he’d jump out a [bleeping] window.”) Maybe not; but White believes the true definition is when you no longer have to work for your money; instead your money works for you, your children, your grandchildren... "If you can invest and have your money yield whatever the prevailing interest rate is on that amount at the time, say 3%, and you can live off that interest, you're on your way to being wealthy.”

4/11: 11 Ways to Get Your Money Right for the New Year

Time to get serious about your money matters. Here's how!

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The holiday shopping season is over and the New Year has begun. Reaching your financial goals starts with getting a clear picture of where you are today. Guessing and estimating will not do; you need to know exactly where you stand financially, to the dollar if not to the penny, not in your head, but on paper (even better, on computer). To increase your wealth by December 31, 2011, here's what you need to do NOW. --Alfred Edmond Jr.

5 Steps to a Richer 2011

Reaching your financial goals starts with getting a clear picture of where you are. Here's what to do NOW!

The holiday shopping season is over and the New Year has begun. Reaching your financial…

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For further reading: 5 Financial Lies that Could Land You in Hot Water The 7 Deadly Sins of Money Management 16 Money Experts Who Want to Make You Rich

7 Money Lessons from the Bible

Who knew the good book contained wisdom for your life and your finances?

The Bible is not only a source of inspiration, comfort, and a guide for living,…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Middle age. In your 40s and 50s, retirement should be top of mind now more than ever. Make sure that you’re taking full advantage of your company’s retirement plan. Contribute at least enough to receive the full match. Also make sure that you haven’t underestimated your time horizon. You don’t want to run out of money too soon.

Smart Money Moves for Every Stage of Life

You're never too young to start planning for your financial future

No matter what stage of life you’re in, it’s never to early–or late–to begin managing…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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