Suranjan Koirala So you don’t know what a 401(k) is? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. I’ll first break down how it works, then go into greater detail. A 401(k) is a retirement investment plan offered by employers to employees as an incentive to invest for retirement. Employers typically match a percentage of an employee’s […]
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JD Mason Ahhh adulting, one of the things every college graduate has to go through. Adapting from barely making it to comfortably paying bills and surviving without your parents help can be quite daunting. There’s enough pressure on you as it is. You’ve received your degree, accepted an offer from your “dream” job, and just signed a lease […]
Photo Credit: Olu Eletu This article is Part 2 of a commentary piece written to add viable solutions to Jazz Keye’s article “How African-Americans Can Break the Cycle of Inherited Poverty”. Before reading my article, I encourage you to read the original piece or you will be completely lost. If you haven’t read Part 1, click […]
Photo Credit: Olu Eletu This article is a commentary piece written to add viable solutions to Jazz Keye’s article “How African-Americans Can Break the Cycle of Inherited Poverty”. Before reading my article, I encourage you to read the original piece or you will be completely lost. As I scrolled through my Facebook timeline, I came across […]
Photo Credit: Philip Strong It never dawned on me how fortunate I am to be financially literate. My family instilled values that gave me the potential to make millions. I knew my community suffered from a lack of financial literacy, but I didn’t know the magnitude until I graduated from college. I started to realize […]
People fail to realize that in order to build wealth you have to invest, period! It’s imperative to get that in your head. In fact, the earlier you start the better. I remember making my first investment. It was during my junior year in college and I invested $1,000 in a mutual fund. Looking back, I […]
Living today shouldn’t come at the expense of your future YOU () YOLO! A simple word created by Toronto born rapper Drake has become the word for my generation justifying their over indulgence and over spending habits. That’s right, we only live once so naturally you have to YOLO! For those of you who are unfamiliar […]
You always hear about scams, but you never hear about the victims (). Let me tell you a story about how I ALMOST got scammed. It all started when I saw an opportunity posted on Glassdoor to become a “Nike Kit Tester”. I thought it would be something nice to do and would put some extra […]
How many people really know HOW to get a good credit score? I mean really. Do you even know what makes up a good score? 500? 620? 875? Many people struggle with increasing their score for 2 reasons. 1) They don’t know what makes up their credit score and 2) they don’t know how to […]
Hey everyone! I have great news to tell you! We got featured on the Canadian Budget Binder blog. Mr. CBB has done some great things on his blog. Whether you want to learn more on how to live frugally or look at new cooking recipes, his site has it all! Canadian style! Check the article […]
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