Financial Literacy and Wealth Building Advice for Black Women3/18/2013
The financial futures of young, Black women look dim. Last week, the New York Times put it plainly "Younger Generations Lag Parents in...
The financial futures of young, Black women look dim. Last week, the New York Times put it plainly "Younger Generations Lag Parents in Wealth-Building." But you probably already knew that. Many of us face the burden of student loan debt, stagnant wages, and a collapsing housing market. Though many these factors are outside of our personal control, we can make changes we in our lifestyle and thinking that might improve our personal financial situation. Over the years, quite a few women have offered their thoughts on money management here. Take a look at our features on financial literacy and wealth building.
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