Economist Raphael W. Bostic was elected president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. His term began in June. Continue reading Federal Reserve Bank’s First President
SALT LAKE CITY, October, 2017 – TFS Scholarships (TFS), the most comprehensive online resource for higher education funding, today announced its commitment to helping students and their families address the rising costs of school by providing free access to scholarship information.
Continue reading TFS Scholarships Provides Free Access to 7 Million Scholarships Representing More Than $41 Billion in Aid
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Learn the right and wrong ways you’ve been using your checking account Continue reading You’re Probably Using Your Checking Account Incorrectly — Here’s Why
Springfield, Mass., June 7th, 2017— The majority of African American parents (82 percent) agree that a college education is important and nearly the same amount (81 percent) agree that saving for college is a high priority. However, nearly 3 out of 5 (58 percent) are concerned about paying for college and half (49 percent) are concerned about the affordability in the future, according to new research from Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading African American families rely on resourcefulness to pay for college according to MassMutual’s College Planning and Saving Study
Use of the term ‘soft skills’ or ‘people skills’ has been thrown around a lot but what are professionals really doing to improve these skills?
Wells Fargo announced on Tuesday a $60 billion lending commitment to create at least 250,000 African American homeowners by 2027, directly addressing the lower homeownership rates in the African American community. Continue reading Wells Fargo commits $60B lending goal toward African American Homeownership