Smart Saving Strategies

Money management and building long-term financial health is a careful balancing act between long- and short-term financial needs, and now is a perfect opportunity to re-examine your goals. People sometimes focus on short-term needs, making sure they can cover routine ...

Could a typo be ruining your credit score?

Three out of five Americans have an inaccuracy on their credit report. A single data entry mistake may cause you to pay higher interest rates and make it difficult to qualify for a home or car loan, or even get ...

Women Anxious About Money Should Make These 4 Resolutions

Women more than men doubt their abilities to make financial decisions, and as a result women often let their husbands, partners, or significant others handle planning for retirement or investing in the stock market, studies show.

Tips for a Stress-Free Tax Season

Taxes are an unavoidable fact of life. Unfortunately, they can be somewhat overwhelming, which can cause people to put the task off and miss the deadline. Use these tips for a stress-free tax season:

Tips for the Best Financial You in the New Year

At the same time that Americans are feeling the financial pinch of the holidays, they’re gearing up for 2020, with their top two goals being to save more and increase their credit scores, according to a national consumer survey by ...

Wells Fargo Announces $1 Billion Affordable Housing Commitment

The lack of affordable housing has caught the attention of Wells Fargo and the banking giant isn’t taking it lightly and has unveiled an ambitious plan to tackle the problem.

Dow plunges 600 points after China devalues its currency

The Dow tumbled more than 600 points and global stocks were in disarray on Monday after China escalated the trade war with the United States.

Trump tariff threats roil global markets for a second day

The Trump administration is taking stocks on a roller coaster ride. Investors are not pleased.

IRAs Come With Strings Attached; Are There Safer Retirement Alternatives?

Most people planning for retirement probably would prefer some predictability as they plot out their post-work futures, but financial professionals say the reality they face is that uncertainty surrounds the stock market, tax rates and the future of Social Security.

Bank of America will hike its minimum wage to $20

Bank of America is raising its minimum pay to $20 an hour for its more than 205,000 employees.

Wells Fargo unloads retirement-plan unit for $1.2 billion

Wells Fargo is saying goodbye to its retirement-plan business as the bank continues to grapple with a penalties, legal fees and a backlash over its scandals.

OneUnited Bank Announces 9th Annual "I Got Bank" Youth Financial Literacy Contest

For National Financial Literacy Month, OneUnited Bank, the nation's largest black-owned bank, is proud to announce its 9th Annual "I Got Bank!" Financial Literacy Contest where ten children will win a $1,000 savings account. The contest represents the best essays ...

MoneyLIVE - Financial Literacy and Scholarship Event for Students

Alliance Financial Ministries, Inc. will host its 7th annual one-day student financial literacy event. This FREE event is for high school students who desire to learn about and prepare for their financial future. MoneyLIVE is a fun interactive, event designed ...

How to Prep Financially When Changing Jobs

The average American will hold 11.7 jobs between the ages of 18 and 48, according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics. If a job change is on your horizon, remember that a new salary and benefits package bring new financial ...

Let's Tax About It

Tax refunds are being issued, so, what's next? Team Style Mag sits down with top industry experts Jacqueline Muhammad, EA (CEO of Society of Wealth LLC) and Shani Curry St.Vil (Personal Finance Expert and creator of Purse Empowerment) as they ...