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Rapper Dee-1 teaches Dallas kids financial literacy

DALLAS — Financially literate. It’s something that is expected from everyone, but no one really talks about it.

That, however, may soon all change thanks to a rapping math teacher that isn’t afraid of talking or rapping about the taboo subject. 248 more words


New Study Finds Majority Of Small Businesses Unprepared For Cash Crisis

Neva Peterson founded a bookkeeping and consulting business in Las Vegas five years ago, mainly on a shoestring budget, working alone from a home office. 827 more words


#DDWID-Don't Do What I Did: I Opened Up 5 Credit Cards and Maxed Them All Out

So when I was 22 I decided to open my first credit card. I honestly didn’t want to because growing up black, how many of our parents told us to “stay away from those credit cards?” Or who had a parent open one in their name young and never paid it so you thought you couldn’t ever get one? 574 more words

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How to Choose Between a Revocable and Irrevocable Trust

U.S. News & World Report website

It’s called a trust for a reason: You’re counting on this stand-alone legal entity to do something you can’t. You may want the trust to ensure that ownership of your assets or property will transfer to heirs smoothly and privately. 25 more words


Why JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Is Among the World's Greatest Leaders

The staff of Fortune and a panel of experts recently assembled our annual list of the World’s Greatest Leaders. Here’s a profile of one of them. 158 more words


Warren Buffett Quotes

Only buy something that you’d be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for 10 years.

If you aren’t willing to own a stock for ten years, don’t even think about owning it for ten minute. 741 more words

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