Kiandra Brady

Store Credit Cards: Why You Need to Read the Fine Print

1 in 10 Americans believe they’ll be paying off their debts for the rest of their lives.
In fact, the average American is $123,800 in debt. So let’s examine one of the easiest ways we build debt and ruin our credit scores: store-based credit cards.

Hagen McMenemy

Forex Plays: Financial Freedom or Scam?

Recent high school and college graduates have found it harder to obtain the same level of success that generations prior have. Higher education costs have skyrocketed since the late 60s and the cost of living increased without adjusting to inflation.

Shelby Mason

How To Become A Freelancer, Part 2: Freelance Taxes

When you’re a freelancer, the IRS considers you self-employed: the employer and the employee. You get to keep everything you earn, aside from the percentage freelance platforms take out of your paycheck.
But how do you calculate everything, if you’re on your own?

Imani Benjamin

A Few of Our Least Favorite Things​

As millennials, we continue to adapt to the places we live in.
It just so happens that doing what we do, when we consider our empty pockets and the chemicals we put in our homes, we’re destroying the America that Baby Boomers and corporations remember best.

Shelby Mason

How to Become a Freelancer: Part 1

Freelancing is the latest and greatest way people are making money from their home. This article takes you through a step-by-step process so you can learn how to be a freelancer, and start making money by doing what you love!

Joey Ellis

What to do in the Next Recession

News outlets mention the possibility of a new recession, in part because of Trump’s aggressive trade stance and other factors. Should the recession become reality, here’s what you should know to be prepared and what you can do…

Joey Ellis

How to Start Your Own Small Business

The risks of setting up a small business scare off some people. In the world of economics it takes money to make money. Despite many hurdles, you don’t have to be rich to create your small business.

Joshua Crump

Putting the “Self” in Self-love

Johnny Self prides himself on styling clothes different than everyone else. He wants his clothing company, Self Supply, to be impactful and have a positive message behind it: To love yourself first.

Alex Schumacher

Kelsye Hall Turns Fashion Passion into a Career

Not a single shirt or jacket went wasted in her studio. “If I’ve messed up a little, I always figured out a way to make it work,” she said on making mistakes in her creative process. Her ability to make the best of her situation brought her from defeated nights of sewing…

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How To Do Your First Art Show!

I recently presented my work at the Yes Ma’am art show (Sunday, July 21 at The Bakery). I’ve been following the venue on Instagram for awhile and a few months ago, they put out an open call for artists.

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Plastic Power: Credit Card Guide

Whether you’re about to head off to college or join the workforce, you ought to get a head start in the world of financing. One of the main tools for financial planning is finding the right credit card, with plenty of perks.

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Credit Score Crash Course

If you’re thinking about getting a credit card, but wary about the fineprint that may come with the luxury of plastic transaction, don’t worry. We got you. Let’s start with the basics: Wtf is a credit score?

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Mindful Spending

Living paycheck-to-paycheck gets to be difficult and is generally unreliable. We have to be efficient and effective with our money to feel comfortable with where we are in life. One way to maximize your earnings is by having a plan called a budget.

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