Month: February 2019

Community Building
Education
Personal Finance

Feeling Lucky? Three reasons why playing the lottery is not a good investment

Lottery winners are a statistical anomaly. Despite this, Americans spent more money playing the lottery in 2018 than on books, video games, and tickets to live events combined. Your chances of winning the lottery are exceedingly remote, yet roughly 60% of Americans will spend upwards of $70 billion each year in the hopes of striking […]

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Community Building
Personal Finance

Five Best Places for Black Americans and the Diaspora to Park Their Cash

It doesn’t take an investment banking expert to know that keeping money in your mattress, or worse, your basic checking account, is a bad idea. Despite this, many African Americans, nearly 13M by the 2018 government estimates, are “underbanked”. The term underbanked is a characteristic describing people who do not have sufficient access to mainstream […]

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Entrepreneurship
Personal Finance

Three Best Ideas for Lucrative Side Hustles

These days, everyone is looking for a way to earn a few extra bucks. No Skills, no problem! Developing a side hustle is easier than ever before and empowering thousands of African Americans each day to take control of their financial future. If you’re looking for ways you can earn with a side hustle, you’d […]

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