Redefining Wealth is NOT your typical personal finance show. We’re not here to talk about cutting coupons or budgeting. I’m here to help you live your life’s purpose, find fulfillment and chase purpose – not money.
The Stocks & Stilettos Society is a community of beginning investors who are stepping up their financial acumen by investing in the stock market to achieve their long-term financial goals. Founded by Cassandra Cummings, a licensed financial advisor and investment adviser representative for more than 10 years.
Our goal is to normalize black wealth and share helpful resources & tips that we believe will be useful in attaining and maintaining generational wealth. Tune in to learn from the knowledge & experience of successful Black entrepreneurs and investors. For us, by us.
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Budgeting is the best way to get your spending under control, right? Behavioral scientist Wendy De La Rosa, in this TED talk, says there are actually better ways to limit your purchases — and get more satisfaction from them.
How could improving financial literacy in our households lead to increased prosperity? The concept of financial literacy can be difficult to comprehend. It brings up emotions of fear, embarrassment, frustration, and misunderstanding. Families who increase their understanding of household finances can be empowered to design a life within their earning capacity, that leads to economic empowerment and confidence. An Award Winning Author, a workshop facilitator and an investor. Raised in Inglewood she was surrounded by those facing permanent debt determined to be the exception by age 24 she bought her first rental property. Her mission to advocate for financial literacy and to uplift those feeling overwhelmed by debt. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche is quickly becoming America’s favorite, personal financial educator. The Budgetnista is also an Amazon #1 best selling author (The One Week Budget and Live Richer Challenge), sought-after speaker and teacher of financial empowerment. She blogs regularly about personal finance on The Budgetnista Blog.
The Money Monopolizers Podcast is hosted by young entrepreneurs and real estate investors Alex Kamunyo and Marlon Walls. Listen to insightful episodes discussing personal finance, money management, wealth creation, and much more. Check out available episodes below and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube.
At The Fiscal Femme financial well-being is all about equality. When we are financially well we can negotiate harder, take more risks in our career, leave situations (and people) that are not serving us, and invest in the causes that are important to us. This means getting paid what we’re worth, getting women on management teams and on boards, and investing in women-owned businesses. Whether it’s negotiating a raise or paying off debt, everything we create is designed with women and your financial success in mind.
As part of the Breaking Money Silence® on Diversity and Inclusion series, I interview Akeiva Thomas, CFP®, Wealth Planning Associate with Ballentine Partners and YouTube star. Each week, she publishes fun videos to educate her millennial fans about money and makes these lessons accessible to a diverse audience.
So Money brings candid conversations about money with the world’s top business minds, authors and influencers. Guest Stef Ziev is an executive coach and creator and host of the Permission to Choose podcast. She shares her strategies for helping clients overcome decision paralysis, overcome mental blocks and make choices aligned with their values.
When it comes to talking about money with your significant other, most of us… just don’t. But the fact is, if you share a life, you need to discuss your finances now, says behavioral scientist Wendy De La Rosa. She explains why and shares 3 tips to get you started in this TED talk.
The Bemused helps young adults make sense of all things money. We’re Akeiva and Meshack, a young couple (aged 22 and 24) passionate about helping people like us adult with their finances. If you’re a young adult and want to learn about budgeting, taxes, investing, developing a healthy money mindset, career building and more, you’re in the right place!
Financial beginnings Oregon conference session recordings. Financial Beginnings is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides accessible and unbiased financial education to youth and adults. The generosity of community members, volunteers, businesses, and foundations enable Financial Beginnings to provide these programs at no cost to participants. Financial Beginnings educates over 40,000 individuals annually.
Journey to Launch podcast with your host Jamila Souffrant, as a money expert who walks her talk, she helps brave Journeyers like you get out of debt, save, invest and build real wealth. Join her on the journey to launch to financial freedom.
Resources for BIPOC young adults in four key areas needed for success and health — food, housing, mental health treatment, and financial education. These essentials are central to a young person’s development. But marginalized communities too often go without them.
Anna’s goal is to help clients develop a sustainable roadmap for financial success and building generational wealth. She works tirelessly to help ease your financial stressors such that you can begin to visualize your dreams as reality.
Show hosted by Shaun and Matt, two guys living in Brooklyn for over 20 years. Both have successful businesses and, of course, good credit! They are joined by Keren, a millennial comedian with a credit score that is none of your business. Each week they bring you their funny, honest take on managing, protecting, and making money.
Whether you want to pay off credit card debt or just prevent yourself from accruing big balances in the first place, there are some simple steps you can take to help achieve your goal, according to behavioral scientist Wendy De La Rosa in this TED talk.
Student loan forgiveness has never seemed likelier to happen, but experts caution borrowers against getting their hopes up.
Still, there are some smart moves people can take while Washington debates the matter.
On August 6th, 2019 Caitlin finally made her last student loan payment – the end of a ten year long, $222,817.26 struggle (that started off as a $147,602.95 long struggle before interest kicked in). TRIGGER WARNING. Caitlin briefly mentions sensitive experiences as she describes some of the obstacles she overcame.
Paid Off $200,000 In Debt In 2 Years! Aja decided to commit to becoming debt free, it took her two years to pay off $200,000 dollars of debt, which included credit card debt, a car loan and student loans. Aja wanted to round out her debt free journey by reliving what it took to get here and achieve debt freedom. •BUDGET•
2019 Budget: http://bit.ly/2Vmpc5F • APPS USED •