How can you prepare if COVID relief ends for student loans?
There is a lot of uncertainty regarding COVID relief –– will it be extended again? For how long? What should I do in the meantime? We’ve gathered some information to help you!
Snowball vs. Avalanche Methods in Paying off Debt
You can use a combination of the Snowball and Avalanche method. At the end of the day, paying off debt requires consistently contributing to decreasing that amount!
7 Personal Finance Book Summaries
While not all of us have millionaire family members who we can reach out to, we do have books! We compiled 7 personal finance books to help get you started.
Going from Negative to Positive Net Worth - My Money Story
“We have our diploma, but we’re all going back to live in our childhood bedroom, unemployed, with no job prospects.” It was a daunting time for us college graduates then, much like it’s a daunting time for people looking for work today.
4 Savings and Budgeting Strategies You Need To Know
There are several different types of budgeting methods, so we suggest finding the one that fits with your personality and habits, and more importantly, one you can stick with.
Breaking News: COVID relief extended until January 31, 2021
COVID relief for federal student loans has been extended until January 31, 2021. Here is everything you need to know.
Holiday Gift Guide Featuring Women-Owned Businesses
With Cyber Monday and Black Friday this week, we were inspired by our community member, Zarina Citlali, to put together a small business gift guide.
How I’m Prioritizing My Goals While Supporting My Parents
I'm figuring out how to help them retire while figuring out my financial literacy because I also don't know how to prepare myself for this. I tell my parents they aren’t taking anything away from me; they’re making me start early for myself.
Building Generational Wealth While Supporting Family
I think culture does play a role in me wanting to be the backbone of the family, at least for me; being Dominican means you're expected to take care of your parents once they’re older. I think it’s a big burden to carry, and they recognize it since they did it for their parents.
How to Build Up Your Savings Even If You Have Debt
People tend to feel like they are stuck in a cycle where they barely make ends meet every month when their expenses exceed their income. It can be extremely discouraging when this happens, so I suggest looking at your income first.
Mar 24, 2023
What is “Savoring” and How Can it Help You Build Wealth?
Aug 24, 2022
Biden is canceling up to $10K in student loans and all federal loans are paused until 12/31
Feb 9, 2022
The Snowball Wealth Financial Roadmap
Dec 2, 2021
Refinancing my $176K Student Debt with Snowball
Nov 6, 2021
Kimberly Hamilton of Beworth Finance on how she tackled debt in D.C.