Unfortunately this is only my second post of 2017 and almost an entire quarter has gone by without sharing my financial goals. However, 2017 has brought many changes including a change in the way I manage my assets and debts. With that being said: Get my student loan balance below $45,000. Last year I posted… Continue reading My (Late) Financial Goals 2017
In one of my previous post, I mentioned some tactics I’ve implemented in my life to pay for a wedding, pay down student loan debt and save/invest for the future. While the post was pretty straight forward, I have to admit taking these type of self-disciplinary actions has been difficult. You probably know by now, my… Continue reading Wedding Series: Living Like You’re Broke
The black community is rising. I feel it. I know more people are opening their eyes to the reality that their current situation CAN be and SHOULD be improved. Not only socially gain respect, but also start building wealth so this country has no choice but to listen. African American people hold a significant amount… Continue reading Open Conversations: #BlackFinancesMatter
This topic is one of the reasons I started this blog because I wanted to share my experience navigating the world of personal finances and how I’m positioning myself and my family to build wealth for generations to come. I also feel passionately about supporting small businesses because they are the future Fortune 500’s of… Continue reading Open Conversation Part 1
After your first 90 days at your new job, you received an extensive email explaining the details of the Retirement Investment Program that is now available to you. Other times you’ll get a large packet of information in the mail from the investment company on behalf of your place of employment with information on the 401k or 403b accounts you… Continue reading So you’re eligible for the retirement program at work…now what?