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Reported by Liku Zelleke Ever since news reports came out that suggested having a baby and raising it to 18 years would cost an average American family a total of $245,340, it looks like people...

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By Dominique’ N. Reese If you haven’t heard already, there are changes coming to how your credit is being assessed. Fair Isaac Corporation, the company responsible for the FICO score, is changing how it assesses medical...

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Reported by Liku Zelleke Overall, financial contributions that were made to colleges in the U.S. rose by 9 percent in 2013 and most of the money came from alumni. To be more specific, out of...

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Dwyane Wade doesn’t appear to be having any financial problems.  But divorce in itself is a problem, and his split from his ex-wife was one of the ugliest imaginable.  According to John “Hennry” Harris at...

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By Lorillia Brown-Phillips Debt is an increasingly common stressor that can trigger depression. Debt can make you feel helpless, hopeless, and low on self-esteem — and these are all symptoms and risk factors for depression, says Nadine Kaslow,...

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Staff By Nigel Boys Last week, at the annual Global Leadership Summit of the Willow Creek Association (WCA) at the South Barrington Church, Chicago, Illinois, senior pastor Bill Hybels talked with Tyler Perry, the actor,...

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In this video, I share a few quick thoughts that literally came to me during my bike ride today. I was thinking about how all of us choose to live our lives, and the fact...

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by: Dr. Terry Jackson & Silas Burgess III What is the purpose of the family? What is the role of the Mother, Father, Son and Daughter? What is the role of the Grandparents? How often...

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R. Kelly has a lot of money, a lot of fame and a lot of problems.  The popular and troubled crooner is now being sued by his ex-manager, who claims that he’s the one who...

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In this Financial Lovemaking episode, S. Tia Brown from Ebony Magazine and I discuss the recent suicide of famed comedian Robin Williams. Williams killed himself after many years of struggling with addiction and suffering through...

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