After all the trouble with the economy, financial literacy is finally on the radar of those in the highest levels of government. Why we have to be a part of the conversation.
Unemployment has jumped above 9 percent for the first time in 26 years. And while layoffs are slowing, many of us are going to end up working for ourselves. Here are some tips to help you survive.
When it comes to money, most people don’t know what they don’t know. And that’s why so many low-income workers are missing out on the Earned Income Tax Credit. There may still be time to claim it.
Even if you haven’t been hit up for money, chances are Uncle Junior, Cousin Marvin or the girl from your high school biology class will find you before the economy finds its footing. Here are five things to consider before opening your wallet or your checkbook.
Several HBCUs are introducing a new program called Banking on Our Future: College Edition. The program aims at breaking the devastating crisis of financial illiteracy in people of color and is clear proof that HBCUs are beginning to talk in the ‘language of money.’
Every year, millions of Americans make well-intentioned New Year's resolutions to get their money straight. Too bad many of those declarations are broken before the end of January. Here are a few financial resolutions that you can actually keep throughout the year.