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Yo Gotti ‘Can’t Afford’ To Fly Private, Just First Class

The quickest way to become broke when you have money is to spend like it will always be there, and that’s where folks make mistakes. Yet, CMG Records honcho Yo Gotti has a different mindset. The rapper and businessman recently appeared on Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Power 106 in Los Angeles. During

7 Tips to Help You Plan for Retirement

Retirement planning is usually the most significant financial goal people will work toward. No matter where you are in your career, considering how to plan for retirement is essential so you can spend your golden years on your terms. As you think about retirement, creating a road map to follow

The Richest Jamaican-Born Woman Shares Story Of Abuse And Poverty

Trisha Bailey is the richest Jamaican-born woman in history.  The mother of five achieved financial success by developing a small medical supply business in Orlando, Florida, into a large empire spanning five states. Bailey’s path to success, and a $700 million dollar net worth, was filled with distressing experiences. Through

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Wants Receipts For Racial Equity Initiatives By Big Banks

A Black House Democrat is demanding to see receipts from big banks that promiseds to improve racial equity after the murder of George Floyd. On Wednesday, Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass. put the pressure on JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Bank of America, U.S. Bancorp, and Wells Fargo, NBC reported. Pressley wants to know that

Forget Netflix N’ Chill, See A Movie For $4 On National Cinema Day

If you have no plans this weekend and want to see a movie, wait until Sunday. According to The Associated Press, the second annual National Cinema Day will take place August 27. You can purchase a movie ticket for just $4 but you have to go to a participating theater.

Yo Gotti ‘Can’t Afford’ To Fly Private, Just First Class

The quickest way to become broke when you have money is to spend like it will always be there, and that’s where folks make mistakes. Yet, CMG Records honcho Yo Gotti has a different mindset. The rapper and businessman recently appeared on Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Power 106 in Los Angeles. During

7 Tips to Help You Plan for Retirement

Retirement planning is usually the most significant financial goal people will work toward. No matter where you are in your career, considering how to plan for retirement is essential so you can spend your golden years on your terms. As you think about retirement, creating a road map to follow

The Richest Jamaican-Born Woman Shares Story Of Abuse And Poverty

Trisha Bailey is the richest Jamaican-born woman in history.  The mother of five achieved financial success by developing a small medical supply business in Orlando, Florida, into a large empire spanning five states. Bailey’s path to success, and a $700 million dollar net worth, was filled with distressing experiences. Through

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Wants Receipts For Racial Equity Initiatives By Big Banks

A Black House Democrat is demanding to see receipts from big banks that promiseds to improve racial equity after the murder of George Floyd. On Wednesday, Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass. put the pressure on JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Bank of America, U.S. Bancorp, and Wells Fargo, NBC reported. Pressley wants to know that

Forget Netflix N’ Chill, See A Movie For $4 On National Cinema Day

If you have no plans this weekend and want to see a movie, wait until Sunday. According to The Associated Press, the second annual National Cinema Day will take place August 27. You can purchase a movie ticket for just $4 but you have to go to a participating theater.