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Money habits: Never leave money on the table

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 25, open a retirement account. If your employer offers an employer based retirement plan with a matching percentage and you are not taking advantage then you’re leaving money on the table. 523 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

Money habits: Stay connected with an expert

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 24, schedule an appointment with an advisor. When was the last time you met with your financial advisor or financial coach? 312 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

Money habits: Put some money aside

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 23, start an emergency fund.  It never fails that an unexpected expense will occur. The best thing you can do for yourself is to prepare for it. 240 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

Americans Are Confident Regarding Their Financial Future. Is Their Confidence Misplaced?

As we discussed in a previous blog, April is Financial Literacy Month. NerdWallet, the personal finance website for consumers, and The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) weighed in on this topic by releasing the results of their 2015 Financial Literacy Survey. 320 more words

Consumer Interest

WealthyU: Financial Fundamentals To Get You Fiscally Fit

April is National Financial Literacy Month and America’s Wealth Coach, Deborah Owens, appeared on NewsOne Now to share a few financial fundamentals to help get you fiscally fit. 233 more words

Radio One

Money Management Strategies for Millennials

With financial literacy month half way over and TAX day has passed, it is time to keep your financial wallets ‘in check’ (no pun intended for the next phase in life.  571 more words

Common Cents

Money habits: Wipe out your debt

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 22, start a debt elimination plan. If more people realized that wealth has more to do with how much you save instead of how much you earn there would be less debt. 368 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz