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Tips For Overcoming Barriers to Wealth-Building, According to Black Female Financial Advisors
Black women often face obstacles finding financial advisors they trust and accessing wealth building tools. Here's how to address those challenges and build financial security.
Why You Should Take an Inventory of Your Credit Cards Now
The average American has nearly four credit cards and $5,221 of credit card debt. Here's how to decide when it's time to let go.
3 Financial Steps College Graduates Should Take After Getting Their Degree
Here's how to be financially prepared for that "real world" everyone talks about.
Is it Worth Paying for a Matchmaking Service?
A matchmaking service can sound great—and can have a price tag that makes you do a double take.
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What to Know About Funeral Costs—and How to Plan for One
Funerals can easily cost upwards of $7K—but an expensive burial isn't the only option. Here's what you and your family need to know.
5 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Broker
Buying your first house is exciting—until you realize how cumbersome the mortgage pre-approval process can be. A mortgage broker can help, but ask these five questions first.
Do You Really Need That 20% Down Payment on a House?

Experts say that 20 percent down you heard about (perhaps from your parents) is a myth in 2022. Here are your best ways around it, and how to plan.