Tag: Business & Economy

NAACP Calls On Department Of Justice To Investigate $94 Million Welfare Fraud In Mississippi

Fraud is committed on a variety of levels, with many lawbreakers choosing the act of underreporting and/or falsifying income in order to benefit from government assistance as their preferred choice of scamming. The NAACP is focusing on welfare fraud in Mississippi specifically that caused… Continue Reading “NAACP Calls On Department Of Justice To Investigate $94 Million Welfare Fraud In Mississippi”

Tax Day Renews Calls For Economic Equity

Source: jayk7 / Getty As millions of Americans prepare to meet Monday’s tax deadline, some groups are calling for Billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk to pay their fair share. The Women’s March was among the groups supporting President Biden’s proposed billionaires’ tax.… Continue Reading “Tax Day Renews Calls For Economic Equity”

Hampton University Opts To Dissolve All Spring 2022 Student Balances

The topic of canceling student loan debt has gained universal appeal recently due to the simple fact that, well, many of us can painfully relate. Although the issue is still being argued on a political level, students at Virginia-based HBCU Hampton University got a… Continue Reading “Hampton University Opts To Dissolve All Spring 2022 Student Balances”

Jini Thornton Breaks Down Which Student Loans Have Been Paused Or Canceled [WATCH]

Joe Biden has paused the repayment of student loans for the sixth time making some repayers confused and upset.  Our money expert, Jini Thornton explains why the president pushed back payments again and who this affects. When looking at your student loans, there can… Continue Reading “Jini Thornton Breaks Down Which Student Loans Have Been Paused Or Canceled [WATCH]”

Dallas Initiative Aims To Empower Diverse Developers

Source: Courtney Hale / Getty Although real estate is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, there remains a lack of representation within the space. A project designed to cultivate pathways for diverse developers is expanding to the city of Dallas. .@capitalimpact is… Continue Reading “Dallas Initiative Aims To Empower Diverse Developers”

Stacey Abrams Raises Net Worth From $109K To $3.6M In 4 Years Since First Run For Georgia Governor

We will always be in the business of giving Black women their flowers during peak accomplishments, especially when that includes reaching new financial heights on the road towards success. Thankfully for Stacey Abrams, Democratic hopeful in the upcoming 2022 Georgia governor election, her riches… Continue Reading “Stacey Abrams Raises Net Worth From $109K To $3.6M In 4 Years Since First Run For Georgia Governor”

Student Loans Moratorium To Be Extended Again: Report

Source: jayk7 / Getty LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. According to reports, the White House will announce on Wednesday (April 6th) that the moratorium on student loans will be extended to August 31st. The current moratorium is slated to end… Continue Reading “Student Loans Moratorium To Be Extended Again: Report”

The House Passes Legislation To Legalize Marijuana Nationwide

Opinions surrounding the legalization of marijuana come in various forms, from those in support to those vehemently against it, in addition to the many across the world that plan on partaking regardless. However, The U.S. House of Representatives may have made that decision a… Continue Reading “The House Passes Legislation To Legalize Marijuana Nationwide”

Black Birmingham Real Estate Developers Ink Historic Deal

As the real estate market in Birmingham blooms, Black developers are ensuring the accelerated growth is reflective of the city’s cultural diversity. A collective of prominent African American real estate leaders recently inked a paramount deal to create a new housing development, WVTM 13… Continue Reading “Black Birmingham Real Estate Developers Ink Historic Deal”

Historic Black-Owned Beach In Maryland To Become Waterfront City Park

History shows that many Black-operated beaches in America have unfortunately disappeared due to race-related ousting. Thankfully, things are currently being done to honor the long-ignored legacy of those original Black entrepreneurs of the sea. Much like the returning of Bruce Beach after a full… Continue Reading “Historic Black-Owned Beach In Maryland To Become Waterfront City Park”