The old-school home-buying rules (well, not your granny’s old school, more like 7 years ago old school) told us:
|Mind Right Money Right, Easy Steps for Tough Times
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Ash, who grew up in Harlem, New York, is the former Vice President of JP Morgan Chase Bank, and is currently a business consultant, financial expert, and motivational speaker.
In Mind Right, Money Right, readers can find simple yet essential rules that will help them keep their finances in check. The book details 10 Laws of Financial Freedom that wealthy men and women have used themselves in order to be successful. In its own words, the book is “geared towards anyone who is tired of having a dependency on money and is ready to take some practical steps in order to correct it.” Read more…
by Patrice Cunningham Washington
If so, you’re not alone. And that was the great part about reading Natalie P. McNeal’s The Frugalista Files: How One Woman got Out of Debt without Giving Up the Fabulous Life. Knowing you’re not alone in getting a possibly long-neglected financial house in order is one of the most important steps in beginning your journey to financial freedom.
As a sister in the “fab while frugal” struggle, I adored Natalie’s transparency. She shares more than just her passage from being a pauper to becoming the poster child for personal finance success, but includes candid insight on her professional transformation, personal obligations to family and friends and the real life challenges that take place in a single woman’s life, all while juggling being a staggering five figures in debt. The way Natalie utilizes metaphors to explain her money woes are both hilarious and relatable. “My student loan is like an old boyfriend who just won’t go away. We had a good run, but it’s time for the relationship to end.” Read more…
“COLLEGE FEVER!” STAGE PLAY EXPOSES HIDDEN TRAPS BEHIND STUDENT LOANS
Camp Springs, MD(BlackNews.com) — “College Fever! – What’s The Real Price of College?” debuts Sept 10th & 11th 2011 with free performances daily at 3:00pm and 7:30pm. In his latest live stage-play, writer/director Jay Cameron explores the pivotal moment of decision about how to pay for college from the perspective of graduating high school seniors.
When someone hears the title “College Fever!”, it grabs their attention. Fraternity and sorority life may come to mind. Others might think of the wild campus lifestyle. And though these are aspects of this unprecedented stage-play’s script, there is much more to College Fever. Read more…