Five ways to protect yourself from hackers by Mindy Charski You’re not the US government or a global corporation, but that doesn’t mean your computer and the information on it wouldn’t interest cybercriminals. In fact, with so many ways to profit off you, hackers have many reasons to be...

The wealth gap for people of color, in particular women and milennials, is widening. Here’s why—and some ideas for narrowing it. By Carolyn M. Brown Chloe McKenzie is a millennial money warrior who has taken up the gauntlet to fight for wealth equity and to close the wealth...

[caption id="attachment_8564" align="alignleft" width="284"] Wallet shaped smartphone with 100 dollar bills. Mobile payment concept, clipping path included. (Please note that clipping path will be available in the largest file size purchase.)[/caption] By Christina Wood If you blinked, you might have failed to notice the people around you exchanging...

15 smart ways to educate your kids to manage money By Tanisha A. Sykes During the holiday season, Jackie Taylor, an HR exec at Ernst & Young and a single mother living in central New Jersey, packs up her five kids, ages 7 to 14, and heads...

By Tanisha A. Sykes During the holiday season, Jackie Taylor, an HR exec at Ernst & Young and a single mother living in central New Jersey, packs up her five kids, ages 7 to 14, and heads to Manhattan. The kids are full of glee because...

What you need to know to take control of your financial future Tanisha A. Sykes When it comes to investing, women and men have different strengths. While women earn less than men, they invest a larger percentage of their paychecks annually—9.0 percent versus 8.6 percent for men, according...

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