RAISE YOUR HAND IF MANAGING YOUR TAXES IS STRESSFUL?
“ME ME ME”
Between the Coronavirus pandemic, being self-employed, getting pregnant, changing my insurance, and filing jointly with my husband I had so many tax questions. There was no way that I felt confident preparing and filing my taxes on my...
Many people today want to start their own small business. These startups spring up fast and die even faster. The reason for such a phenomenon is that most beginner entrepreneurs don't know how to start and maintain a business. They keep on making mistakes even in the easiest of...
Meet John Henry
John Henry is a Dominican-American serial entrepreneur and investor. He is a Managing Partner at Harlem Capital Partners, a minority-owned impact venture firm on a mission to change the face of entrepreneurship by investing in 1,000 diverse entrepreneurs over the next 20 years.
Since then, Henry has...
A little bit of money can go a long way, but we realize that everyone may not have a spare $1,000. So here are a few ideas on what to do with $500. You can definitely make a financial impact. Here's how:
1. Get caught up on utility bills.
This year we...
Building a budget is one of the hardest things you can do – emotionally, at least. You might not immediately connect money and emotions, but we all have an emotional connection with our money, even if we don’t understand it.
That’s why you might logically know that you can’t afford...
Recently I was at an event where United States Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan was the closing keynote speaker. In his fifteen minute keynote he said “student loan debt crisis” eight times! He didn’t make note of the student loan debt crisis because it is just beginning, he made...