A friend of mine recommended reading a book, All About Love, by bell hooks. The main topic is love. What does it mean? Her definition is that it’s a combination of care, commitment, trust, knowledge, responsibility, and respect. She states, that while we are bombarded with messaging on the importance of love to our survival,
You may ask yourself, what is the difference between a financial planner and financial advisor? It can get confusing because, there’s no shortage of people in the financial services industry offering their advice and expertise to help with your business and personal finances. While there are a plethora of talented individuals available to support you,
Money Lessons for Our Children In this video episode, Zaneilia Harris and her guests share money tips for our children. We share the importance of talking about finances with them so they can make better life choices. Explaining to them that the power of compound interest is the growth of money over time because of
A few days leading up to the Memorial Day holiday weekend, like many, I began to think about how I wanted to spend the holiday weekend, maybe grill with family and friends, or maybe just rest and relax during the 4-day weekend. Then, I began to reflect on the meaning of Memorial Day and why
In celebrating Mother’s Day, I realize most people try to honor their mothers every day by applying the lessons shared throughout their relationship. I wanted to hear some of this insightful advice, the mommy-isms around finances. So, I enlisted the power of social media to learn some of your great financial tidbits. Growing up with
No one wants to admit that they don’t open their investment statements, let alone that when they do, they don’t completely make sense. But you can’t ignore them. Just like reviewing your bank statements is essential to understanding your monthly income and spending habits, it is equally important to understand your investment statements, which are sent either monthly or quarterly. They both are part of actively managing your money.
It’s Women’s History Month! I think we should celebrate it from a financial perspective. Let’s honor the smart money moves Black women are making now and have accomplished throughout our history. They are all visionaries who saw possibilities when others didn’t. I recently finished reading Black Fortunes by Shomari Wills—it’s a great book, by the