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Rolling out sat down with Jatali Bellanton, mother and finance professional, to talk about her mission, vision and values. Please inform our readers a little bit about yourself and how you ended up in a career in finance. I worked professionally in finance for 13 and a half years in investment banking and forensic accounting…

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Lil’ Kim wants her bankruptcy to be dismissed. The 44-year-old rapper has filed court documents explaining she has been able to get her finances in order so she no longer needs any help from the court to protect her from creditors and has asked for a federal judge to dismiss the filing she made a…

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Sometimes we all need a little help keeping track of our finances. While some can afford to pay others big bucks to do it for them, most cannot and rely on banks. There are tons of apps that can help you take control of your own budgeting right in the palm of your hand. Many of…

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Embattled R&B crooner R. Kelly’s career, image and life are already in abject shambles these days. And, as most pop culture fans have long suspected, Kelly’s finances are on the list of things that are in a perilous condition. After creditors came in and scooped up the last vestiges of R. Kelly’s wealth, he was…

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The new year is here and it’s a great time to take control of your financial health. Like starting a new diet or exercise plan, getting our finances in order should begin with simple, achievable actions that bolster our resolve and inspire us to persevere, instead of drastic ones. Here are seven simple tips that,…

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Now that we’ve all come to grips with arguably the most painful year ever — 2016 — let’s break down three ways to win in 2017, because failure just isn’t an option. Change your mindset: Bump what ya didn’t accomplish in 2016. Instead, take note of all the blessings currently surrounding you. It’s all about…

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The Holiday season can bring on mixed feelings for people: joy, appreciation, love, STRESS. Sometimes, simple adulthood can bring awareness of the season’s stress as well. This stress could include traveling, cooking holiday dinners, hosting house guests and family and a ton of other responsibilities that can turn the merriest elf into a Grinch. The financial…

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Create a budget Locking in a realistic budget can be tricky. Thankfully, the internet offers a few good budgeting tools like Mint.com or BudgetTracker.com. The big hurdle is focusing on your hopes and dreams in 2016. Keep in mind, you are setting goals based on where you’d like to live, work, whether or not to…

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Identity theft is reportedly the fastest-growing crime in the U.S. In short, it’s a fradulent act where someone’s personal data is wrongfully used by a perpetrator for economic gain. The victim’s Social Security number, bank account number, and credit card number could be obtained by a thief and used for his or her benefit. In…

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It’s a hard knock life… at least for black Americans. The U.S. Census, which is conducted every 10 years has long been acknowledged as the most accurate measure of demographics in the United States, for government funding and provides a very transparent picture of our nation’s economic stability. The most recent U.S. Census, which was…

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Vince Young should have been set for life after signing a $26 million contract as a rookie with the Tennessee Titans in 2006. However, six years later, Young is struggling financially and nearly broke, according to the New York Daily News. Young played for the Philadelphia Eagles last year and was cut by the Buffalo…

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