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By Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses One day I woke up feeling so drained of energy that I just did not want to get out of bed. I forced myself out of bed, showered, got ready and hopped...

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Michelle Singletary is a nationally syndicated, award winning columnist for The Washington Post.  She graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park and Johns Hopkins University and has a Master’s degree in business and...

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Everyone thinks that winning the lottery turns your life into a dream.  Actually, if you’re not careful, it can create your own personal nightmare. Many people don’t have the first clue how to keep the...

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April V. Taylor According to a recent Huffington Post article, black people make up 83 percent of Detroit’s population, but recent media coverage has done little to acknowledge the role black residents have played in...

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How to save money by eliminating 10 things you don’t need. Check out these relatively painless ways to cut back on your expenses. You will need self-discipline, sacrifice and open-mindedness. Step one, stop buying unnecessary...

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You think that the cost of lunch isn’t eating through your bank account?  Well, think about it this way:  Imagine if you took $10 per day that you might spend on lunch and instead saved...

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How to balance your checkbook the right way

July 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

How to balance your checkbook? Do you cross your fingers when you write a check hoping it won’t bounce? It’s time to learn how to monitor your finances. You’ll need a checkbook registry, lined paper,...

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By Sheila Agnew I am often asked about entrepreneur endeavors, how to get started, marketing, promotions and other managerial tools for aspiring business owners. It’s difficult to say one thing will work for everyone, but...

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While America’s middle class shrinks and entrepreneurship is encouraged in the African American community, Brazil’s middle class is growing, and Afro-Brazillian business owners are actively on the rise. In the past decade, Brazil’s middle class...

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Charges will most likely be dropped against the Arizona mother who left her two children in the car during an interview. Shanesha Taylor, 35, left her 2 year old and 6 month old in her...

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