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Minority Small Business Summit this Saturday Oct. 24

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Minority Small Business Summit is a three-hour event. Speakers including John Burnett, Fox Business Network Commentator/ Black Enterprise contributor, Elijah Norton, local Phoenix entrepreneur, and Geoffrey Nail, a...


3 Steps to Choosing New Investments


When you get a little extra cash in your bank account, it’s often difficult to decide what you should be doing with it. If you’re the kind of person who likes to be safe and frugal, you might assume that the best option is to squirrel money away into a savings account. However, if you’ve already got enough finances to keep you going in an emergency, then you could be under-utilizing your funds. By investing your cash into the right opportunities, you boost your chances of a small amount of extra income becoming a huge reward. You don’t even need a lot of cash to get...


How Health and Wellness Businesses Can Bounce Back After COVID-19


According to analysts, health and wellness firms must use proactive strategies to gain a competitive advantage during the current crisis. The respiratory disease has had a significant change in all aspects of the supply chain in various sectors, including the health and wellness industry. Since the beginning of the outbreak, companies are having difficulties when trying to navigate.

More people are turning their attention to the health and well-being of their communities. Some experts believe the challenges encountered when trying to align supply chains and optimizing the manufacturing processes will continue to...


How to Save Money on Monthly Expenses in College


If you attend college directly after high school graduation, it may be the first time you are responsible for your finances. Even if you paid for your car, auto insurance, or some other expenses, this is probably the first time you were expected to look ahead at your expenses and determine how much you would need to survive. Taking out private student loans allows you to borrow the money you need to earn your degree. You can borrow enough to cover your living expenses as well. Because of the generous borrowing limit offered with student loans, it can be tempting to add a cushion for spring break, or perhaps rent an apartment with more amenities than you need.


Different Types of Borrowing to Pay for College


Financing your college education is a big step, and you want to do it right. There are a variety of ways to pay for college. Most students pay for their education through a patchwork that may include grants, loans, and help from family. When it is time to decide how to best pay for school, you may think minimizing the amount you borrow should be your goal. While that should definitely be a consideration, there are other things to keep in mind as well. If you plan to work during the school year, you want to be sure that your employment doesn’t interfere with studies.

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