Posts tagged money
Women of Color: 5 Steps to become Financial Savvy in 2019 

There is power in numbers. Women have the ability to get stuff done if they work with a loving and supporting tribe. There are a lot of decisions being made in the public eye not by women, if we learned a thing or two from Iceland, it’s that in order to make big changes we must get into financial formation. 

Here are some quick tips to help women get started on making that money. 

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Why Your FICO Score Doesn't Matter

Everyone and their mom is talking about the improvement of FICO scores. The truth is FICO like other algorithms are always a work in progress. It’s great that our scores might jump up twenty points, but FICO is an algorithm that was released in 1989…So FICO is the same age as Emma Stone.

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BACK TO SCHOOL: Revolutionize Your September with These Experts

It’s September, which means back to school, and back jumping back into our old and new routines. For some us this can be the worst feeling, but if we make a few adjustments, we can fall into the holiday season with finesse and grace.

In this blog post, we’re going to talk about a few experts that well help us launch our health, wealth, and future goals.

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The Two F-Words EVERYONE Hates

The two f words that everyone hates is feminism and finance. But why? Women are the sole providers for many families. Women also represent half of the workforce. But there are so many statistics that can published that discusses the lack of pay, gender equity, the me-too movement, etc. It can be shame overload. This article is to empower you and make you think about how you can create a mini movement.

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Why Isn't There A Colin Kaepernick in Finances?

Today we’re going to uncover the ugly truth of finance and create a dialogue around true financial activism. Whether you like it or not we live in capitalist society it’s important to look at the ugly truth of money and who’s been at the forefront making decisions. After we’ll look at some take-aways to make mini financial movements.

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