Tag Archives: personal financing

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Marriage and Money: Getting on the Same Page

Lateshia Woodley and Alex Kelly must �balance their contrasting money styles to budget their finances and grow their assets

Lateshia Woodley, 35, and Alex Kelly, 33, of Ellenwood, Georgia, have come a long way.…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Size Matters

Asset Manager James N. Nelson III likes big companies destined to grow even bigger­

James N. Nelson III says do your homework and you’ll find low-risk investments that can…

By James A. Anderson

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Beware the Bond Bubble

Right now, bonds carry more risk than you realize

Three key factors have to be present before I consider an investment to be a…

By Mellody Hobson

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Your 2011 Debt Crisis Guide

If you're deep in debt and you've run out of options, use this guide as part of your plan of attack

It’s a New Year and time to make good on promises to order your finances.…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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How Bad Credit Can Hurt Your Career

If you think your employer doesn’t care about how you handle money, think again

Here are four things to know about credit and your job

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Money: January 2011 Reviews

A New Website for the Savvy Consumer
If becoming a more informed consumer is on your…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Taking Control

Kyla Acie knows how to save, but she needs to set investment goals for retirement and her child�s education

Investing for long-term goals is important to Acie. Many African Americans, regardless of age or…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Is it Time to Invest in Tech Again?

Financial experts get real about whether you should put money into dot-com stocks

Recently, venture capitalists have begun pouring money into a few bellwether dot-coms.

By Bridget McCrea

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The SEC’s “Your Money” podcast helps to get you started with saving and investing. You'll learn how to determine whether a “hot stock tip” is a good investment, the most common investment frauds, how to invest in a 529 plan while reducing or avoid some fees and expenses, and tons of other helpful tips to help individual investors achieve their saving and retirement goals. What's your favorite money podcast? Tell us in the comments section below.  For more money advice, see... 7 money lessons from the Bible 16 money experts who want to make you rich

5 Podcasts to Boost Your Financial Brainpower

Looking for a quick, easy and efficient way to get financial tips? Tune in to our top 5 picks

Podcasts can be a great (and efficient!) learning tool, especially for busy people on the…

By LaToya M. Smith

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On The Road to Wealth

We revisit past Financial Fitness Contest winners to see how they used black enterprise’s advice to work toward their financial goals

At the end of each year, we dedicate Wealth For Life to past winners of…

By LaToya M. Smith

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Year-End Financial Checkup

Use this guide to help you evaluate your financial health

Here are some guidelines to help you conduct your own financial checkup.

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Before You Vote, Do The Math

Will your federal income taxes go up or down in 2011? See how your vote could be the deciding factor

If tax anger determines who you’ll vote for on November 2nd, don’t go to the…

By John Simons

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Counterpoint: Making the Case Against Money Disorders

Why your poor relationship with money may be deeper than you think

The dysfunctional relationship between some people and their money is not a money disorder. Instead,…

By Renita Burns

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Kicking Bad Money Habits

The Martins must come to an agreement on their financial priorities and change their spending habits to eliminate a mountain of debt

While on their honeymoon 12 years ago, Tamela and Omar Martin mapped out their lives…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Kids & Money: Dollar Savvy Apps for Kids

Money lessons we need to teach to our kids from K-12

Whether you’re on an Apple, Droid or RIM operating system, more and more companies are…

By Renita Burns

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7 Books That Will Enrich Your Life

B.E. editors share their favorite financial, business, and career reads

It’s back-to-school time again. Whether you’re a student or the parent or guardian of one,…

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The Black Enterprise Wealth For Life Principles

Step-by-step guidelines to responsible saving, investing, and spending to build wealth and pass it on to future generations

The 10 Black Enterprise Wealth for Life principles are meant to serve as a step-by-step…

By Black Enterprise

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Managing Credit: Understanding Your Utilization Ratio

Your guide to understanding and managing your credit.

Creditors use a calculation called a credit utilization ratio, which makes up 30% of your…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Retiring Rich: Understanding the Roth 401k

Advice, tips and strategies you can use now to ensure a secure retirement in the future

BlackEnterprise.com sat down with personal finance expert Eric Tyson to discuss the pros and cons…

By Renita Burns

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Money Basics: 5 Keys to Wealth

Lessons on the fundamentals of personal finance and money management

I recently attended a Rich Dad, Poor Dad wealth building seminar held by author Robert…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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