Posts Tagged: financial literacy

In the past I have noted that people are better served by educating themselves and managing their own money. My belief is that the services of a financial advisor should only be engaged if an individual has very specific questions or is seeking specific guidance and in all cases, the fees being paid to such… Read Article →

Jamal Seaton, Co-Founder of Ignov8 Inc., discusses Dollar Adventure and revolutionizing financial literacy Background/ Personal Story Frenel [co-founder] and I were roommates in University. He majored in Finance and I in Game Development and Entrepreneurship. A few years after graduation, we were discussing Financial Literacy and the overall need for better Financial Education. It’s a topic… Read Article →

Brian Tramuel helms this series. He lives with his wife Michelle, their children Geneva and Brian, and their Cocker Spaniel Maestro in Charlotte, NC. They, along with his two older children from a previous marriage, Davina and Aaron, provide a constant source of inspiration. Aaron lives, works and plays in Charlotte and Davina lives, works and… Read Article →

Brian, creator and author of the A Richer Understanding series, provides a review of Mary Hunt’s new book. Publisher: Revell, 2005. 342 pages. Mary Hunt, the founder of Debt-Proof Living, provides a user-friendly guide that discusses ways to slash the cost of nearly everything you need without sacrificing happiness and quality of life. The introduction sets a… Read Article →

The website for Generation One: The Search for Black Wealth offers the following synopsis of the film: With the 2007 recession, the housing crisis and soaring unemployment rates leaving Black America’s wallet trapped in the crosshairs of the United States’ financial crisis, the lack of generational wealth in the African-American community has never been in… Read Article →

As you bounce around the Internet, reading various news stories related to finance, business, or the economy, you are likely to come across the phrase financial literacy. Perhaps not surprisingly, attention to the concept and use of the term seems to have increased following the 2008 financial crisis and the resultant impact on individuals and… Read Article →

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