Money

Tiger Woods is the latest to display the value of Black excellence by officially becoming a billionaire after 25+ years as a pro golf legend.

Billionaire buddies Jay-Z and Twitter's Jack Dorsey come together to launch a financial literacy program in Hova's hometown of Brooklyn, NY.

A Black newlywed couple out of Los Angeles defied the odds of a traditional five to six figure wedding price tag by saving big and only shelling out a whopping $500 on the entire ceremony. 

Many outlets are now reporting that Wendy Williams is fighting to get access back into her Wells Fargo account after a former financial advisor allegedly told the bank that the beloved talk show host wasn't in her right state of mind, fueling suspicions of dementia yet again.

Following a recent interview with VLAD TV, R&B veteran Kelly Price gave even more insight into the whole missing person ordeal that revealed her sister's plans for a conservatorship similar to the Britney Spears situation and possible monetary theft within her own family.

Jini Thornton shares the update with everything dealing with unemployment, evictions, and the second stimulus check.

The IRS and the Treasury Department say Americans will start receiving their economic impact checks in the next three weeks. The payments are part of the $2.2 trillion rescue package signed into law last week by President Donald Trump aimed at combating the economic ravages of the coronavirus outbreak. Most people don’t need to do anything to […]

With everything going on presently, including people losing their jobs because businesses, like restaurants for instance, have been forced to close to quell the spread of the coronavirus, many are thinking about how to hold onto their money and how they will pay their bills during such an uncertain time. Any other concerns, at this point, […]

Schools aren’t only places where kids learn. They are also places where kids eat. Thanks to the National School Lunch Program, 30 million U.S. children – some 60% of all school-aged kids – regularly eat some combination of breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks at school. Federal subsidies ensure that school meals are affordable for all children […]

When seeking graduate and professional degrees, African Americans take on over 50% more debt than white students. On the upside, African Americans also see a bigger payoff to earning such degrees. Whether or not that payoff is enough to make up for the additional debt burden is unclear. These are some key takeaways from a study we released in […]

Google has narrowed down what are the most popular Christmas toys in America for 2019, well more like Reviews.org but the online review website has mapped out where the most sought after holiday toys are for each of the 50 states. While some of us want Baby Yodas, everybody else will have to seek out […]

Check the calendar. No, this isn’t a dream. It really is December, and Christmas Day is staring you straight in the face. And if you celebrate Hanukkah, it’s coming even sooner. Where did the holiday season go? Well, no time to reminisce now. It’s down to the wire, but there are still methods to save money on […]