Tag Archives: Money Management

What You Should Know Before Settling Credit Card Debt

Be mindful of the pros and cons of consulting a service

If you’re up to your eyeballs in debt and can’t see the light at the…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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How to Combat New Banking Fees

As institutions look for ways to cut losses, you can too

You have options to cut back on banking fees.
I’m sure after reading my earlier post,…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Save on Your Summer Getaway – Part I

Deals for traveling to your perfect vacation

Summer vacations–whether for families, couples, singles or groups– don’t have to be expensive to be…

By Leslie E. Royal

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Credit Where It’s Due

As large banks fall out of favor, more consumers are turning to credit unions. Here�s why.

When Jeremy Treadwell needed a car loan, the recent college graduate turned to the financial…

By Robin White Goode

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Use Tech to Beat the Clock

8 ways to create work-life balance with gadgets, applications and online tools

Lisa J. Whaley knows a thing or two about balancing life, work, and family. She…

By Bridget McCrea

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Women & Money: Lessons From the Financially Independent

Living below your means is a tried and true method to gain�and keep�your wealth

Financial independence can sometimes be an illusive concept. So I think it is always helpful…

By Patricia Stallworth

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Celebrating Life Beyond Mother’s Day

All About You Day Conference to explore ways for women to enjoy the "rich" life all year long

All About You Day Conference on May 8 at the Schomburg Center for Research in…

By Sakina P. Spruell

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When Identity Theft Hits Close to Home

What to do when a family member steals your identity

Imagine if when you were a child, one of your parents opened a few credit…

By Renita Burns

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Does God Have a Place in Your Portfolio?

A growing number of ETFs and mutual funds attempt to appeal to religious investors

What’s God got to do with investing? Increasingly, quite a bit.

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Who’s in Your Wallet?

New money management Websites offer convenience, but safety is a concern

Sites like Mint.com, Wesabe.com, and Buxfer.com tout their ability to let you handle everything from…

By Bridget McCrea

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In Search of Small Wonders

Portfolio manager Kempton Ingersol makes a case for his favorite small-cap stocks

Kempton Ingersol’s job is considerably more fun than the average portfolio manager. Ingersol, who is…

By John Simons

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Pick the Right Financial Professional

The difference between a CFP and a CPA and more

Financial advisers aren’t all created equal. They each come with their own set of credentials…

By Bridget McCrea

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Money Matters: Managing Retirement Accounts

I have a few retirement accounts set up. Can you provide me with a list…

By John Simons

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Catch the International Flight

More Americans are investing in emerging markets abroad. Here's how your money can thrive, too.

First, the good news. The stock market crash of 2008 lasted through March 9, 2009,…

By Donald Jay Korn

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Build A Budget For Yourself—And Cousin ‘Pookie’

The term sounds restrictive, but budgeting is really an exercise in financial empowerment

The word itself sounds and feels restrictive. Budget. When you hear the term, you think…

By Eric D. Grant

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Cutting Edge: Resisting the Credit Temptation

What to do when you can't say no

When saying no to that impulse purchase is just too hard

By Renita Burns

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Pep Talk: Ready to be Debt-Free

How can I get on track if I am always in the hole?

I’m a 32-year-old mother of two and I’ve spent a great deal of time living…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Investing Rules for Women: Educate Yourself

Learning the ins and outs of investing, saving, and budgeting

nce you start investing, it’s important not to lose sight of your financial goals. Whether…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Why Financial Planning Ain’t Just For The Rich

Think professional help is too rich for your blood? A financial adviser comes clean.

Let’s say you’re a first year school teacher, with a Masters degree, and you’re making…

By Eric D. Grant

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Food for the Journey

Budgets are necessary tools to help you reach your financial goals. Here's how to get started

According to Napoleon, an army marches on its stomach. On our journey we need something…

By Patricia Stallworth

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