People Of Color And Investing

People Of Color And Investing

By Erin Gobler In the Black community, most people are just trying to get by and make sure there’s food on the table. There’s not a lot of excess money to go around. Investing is something most people do when they have excess money after paying the bills...
An Immigrant’s Guide To Building A US Credit Score

An Immigrant’s Guide To Building A US Credit Score

When you are immigrating to the United States, it is natural to want to land on strong financial footing. However, all immigrants face a common barrier: a lack of US credit history. This can impede your ability to get approved for a credit card, apply for a mortgage,...
How To Invest In BIPOC-Owned Companies

How To Invest In BIPOC-Owned Companies

By Hiranmayi Srinivasan BIPOC-owned companies are some of the fastest growing businesses—yet they have the least access to capital. Here are ways to use your dollars to invest in BIPOC communities and entrepreneurs. Black women in the United States make up the...
Fundraising Opportunities For Minorities And Women Of Color

Fundraising Opportunities For Minorities And Women Of Color

By Naimeesha Murthy Independent entrepreneurship is increasing at a steady pace, and the participation of women in the space is no exception. For these startup founders, securing funding for their new business venture is crucial and can spell success or failure in the...