Tag Archives: saving

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America Saves Survey: More Consumers Automate Savings

But some still stash cash at home

If you’ve ever wondered how your saving habits compare to those around you, wonder no…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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National Black Church Initiative Partners with TrustEgg

Organization will help one million children start a savings account

The National Black Church Initiative, a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches, recently announced a partnership…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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10 Dumb Things We Do With Our Money

We need to unlearn bad habits, not just learn the right financial moves to make

As important as learning what to do with money is knowing what not to do

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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3 Habits For Better Money Outcomes in 2014

Make sure your money is right or else everything in your life will go wrong

Commit to good habits, not just desired outcomes

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Set Yourself up for Financial Success [Infographic]

MetLife provides money management tips for young adults

Paying careful attention to your finances is the key to achieving financial freedom

By Sheiresa Ngo

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How We Manage Money in the U.S. [Infographic]

A snapshot of how people in the United States approach finances

Get a peek into how people in the United States approach household finances, budget preparation,…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Do’s and Don’ts of Starting an Investment Club

Here’s how to get on the right foot.

Investment clubs provide a great way to learn about investments and the stock market.

By Tamara E. Holmes

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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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Financial Woes: Workers are Saving too Little to Retire

New survey reveals Americans are not enough retirement dollars.

Fifty-seven percent of surveyed Americans reported less than $25,000 in savings and investments.

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5 Great Online Money Management Tools

Use these sites to get a handle on your cash

One advantage of using online management tools is that they allow you to more efficiently…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Don’t Quit Your Day Job (Yet)

Before Lachelle Story can fulfill her lifelong dream of running a business, she must first get her personal finances in order

She believes running her own business is in her blood. Her retired father runs an…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Strategies to Saving

5 tools and tips to help you save money to meet your financial goals

It was at the age of 47 that Cheryl Derricotte realized she needed to be…

By Bridget McCrea

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You Can’t Spend Your Way to Building Wealth

Such shortsightedness is tantamount to aiming a heat-seeking missile at our financial future. Instead, we…

By Earl "Butch" Graves Jr.

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Black Blogger Month: Double Saving Divas, Shopping with a Purpose

Twins Tai and Tarin Perry preach the importance of saving and budgeting to the person who needs it most—you

With Double Saving Divas, twin entrepreneurs Tai and Tarin Perry provide people of color with…

By Aliya Ewing

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The Right Way to Use Coupons for Big Savings

The process can be worth the time investment to cut costs

Here are four tips on how to work those coupon savings in your favor.

By Sheiresa Ngo

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7 Simple Facts About Saving Money

How much do you know about saving for a rainy day? Here are seven facts you need to know from AmericaSavesWeek.org

How much do you know about saving for a rainy day? Here are seven facts…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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A Savings Lesson Well Learned

Parental tough love set Emmanuel Twum on the path to responsible spending

One of the toughest lessons Emmanuel Twum learned his freshman year in college had nothing…

By LaToya M. Smith

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MoneyTips for New College Grads

Five ways to manage your cash so you’re equipped for the “real world”

When Sharece Hall, 25, was a student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, she, like…

By Brittany Hutson

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Playing Catch-Up

To reach their retirement goals, Lee and Tayo Ferguson must save more and spend less

Lee and Tayo Ferguson have all the trappings of middle-class success: two stable careers, a…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Over the years, producer Chuck Harmony has worked with everyone from Celine Dion (“I Got Nothing Left”), Mary J. Blige (“I Can Do Bad”) and Janet Jackson (“Let Me Know”) to Keri Hilson (“Pretty Girl Rock”), Fantasia (“Bittersweet”) and Ne-Yo (“One in a Million”).  In that time he’s seen overflowing budgets and newcomers blow their advances on expensive homes, cars and jewelry. In observing his colleagues’ ups, downs and pitfalls, Harmony’s views on finance, investing and, more importantly, how to save is very different than most. The creator of Los Angeles based Harmony House Entertainment shares a few of his financial tips for aspiring musicians and entrepreneurs with BlackEnterprise.com.

5 Financial Pitfalls to Avoid When You Come into New Money

Music producer Chuck Harmony shares advice on how to handle success the fiscally smart way

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