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Survey Reveals Alarming Retirement Savings Trends Across America

By Ann Brown / April 4, 2024 /

As the financial landscape continues to evolve, concerns about retirement savings are becoming more pronounced among Americans. A recent study commissioned by FOREX.com sheds light on the current state of retirement preparedness across the United States, revealing insights into savings habits, satisfaction levels, and preferred investment sources. Hesitation to Start Saving Despite widespread awareness of…

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Travel, Guides And Accommodation: How To Keep Your Costs Down On A School Trip

By NEW YORK TREND / June 20, 2023 / Comments Off on Travel, Guides And Accommodation: How To Keep Your Costs Down On A School Trip

By Amanda Miller A school trip would have no price limit in an ideal world. You’d be able to tell the parents that there’s a trip coming up to New York City, for example, and not have to worry about how to keep your costs down. However, the rising cost of living has meant that everyone…

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Roosevelt Institute Report: Understanding the Effects of Windfalls: What People Do with Financial Payouts, and What It Means for Policy

By NEW YORK TREND / May 30, 2023 / Comments Off on Roosevelt Institute Report: Understanding the Effects of Windfalls: What People Do with Financial Payouts, and What It Means for Policy

By By Katherine Rodgers, Sydney A. Grissom, Lucas Hubbard, and William A. Darity Jr. Windfall (gain): “An unexpected addition to income, for example, receiving an inheritance from a distant relative or winning a lottery” I. Introduction If mainstream media coverage is to be believed, then only misfortune awaits those who suddenly receive a large sum…

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ONEUNITED BANK ANNOUNCES 13 TH ANNUAL “I GOT BANK” CONTEST FOR YOUTH IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

By NEW YORK TREND / April 27, 2023 / Comments Off on ONEUNITED BANK ANNOUNCES 13 TH ANNUAL “I GOT BANK” CONTEST FOR YOUTH IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

In celebration of National Financial Literacy Month, OneUnited Bank, the nation’s largest black-owned bank, is proud to announce its 13 th Annual “I Got Bank!” National Financial Literacy Contest where ten children will win a $1,000 savings account. To make financial literacy a core value of the Black community, the Bank is offering a free “I…

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6 Key Takeaways You Should Know From This Year’s NFT.NYC Conference

By NEW YORK TREND / April 21, 2023 / Comments Off on 6 Key Takeaways You Should Know From This Year’s NFT.NYC Conference

(Photo by Lauren deLisa Coleman) While the narrative around artificial intelligence may have seemingly sucked all the air out ofthe room for the moment, do not be fooled. Web3 and AI’s convergence with it is simmering beneath it all and will definitely continue to create one of the most massive shifts in our culture since…

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ONEUNITED BANK LAUNCHES EMPOWERMENT NETWORK: Largest Black bank announces largest ATM network in America

By NEW YORK TREND / March 18, 2023 / Comments Off on ONEUNITED BANK LAUNCHES EMPOWERMENT NETWORK: Largest Black bank announces largest ATM network in America

Teri Williams, President & Chief Operating Officer of OneUnited Bank (Photo provided) OneUnited Bank is proud to announce its new Empowerment Network, with more surcharge free ATMs than any other bank in the country. The nation’s largest Black-owned bank launches the nation’s largest surcharge free ATM network. OneUnited now has over 100,000 1 surcharge free…

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Almost 2 Million People Don’t Understand THIS Common Finance Term

By NEW YORK TREND / March 1, 2023 / Comments Off on Almost 2 Million People Don’t Understand THIS Common Finance Term

Photo by Anna Nekrashevich: https://www.pexels.com/photo/photo-of-man-in-front-of-laptop-6801650/ ‘GDP’ has been revealed as the most confusing finance term in the world, with an average of 2 million Google searches each year for its definition. That’s according to new research by City Index. In this study, the experts utilized search analytics tool, Ahrefs, to discover how often on average the…

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Groundbreaking Research On Black Millennials Mobile And Consumer Spending Power: Dr. Kizzie’s Research Explores Mobile Advertising, Digital Investing And Spending Behaviors

By NEW YORK TREND / January 28, 2023 / Comments Off on Groundbreaking Research On Black Millennials Mobile And Consumer Spending Power: Dr. Kizzie’s Research Explores Mobile Advertising, Digital Investing And Spending Behaviors

According to a 2019 Nielsen Media Research study, Black consumers expect to spend at an annual rate of 1.54 trillion in 2022. Dr. Sabrina Kizzie, an award-winning doctoral lecturer within the Department of Communication Studies at CUNY Baruch College in NYC, conducted a groundbreaking study of 158 Black/African-American Millennials in the United States, aged 21 to 40…

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Crypto Experts Warn Investors To Remain Vigilant And Utilize Wallets To Avoid Loss

By NEW YORK TREND / January 25, 2023 / Comments Off on Crypto Experts Warn Investors To Remain Vigilant And Utilize Wallets To Avoid Loss

By Trading Browser Photo by Roger Brown: https://www.pexels.com/photo/various-cryptocurrency-on-table-5126268/ Experts are advising crypto investors on the safest ways to store cryptocurrency to avoid potential scammers. Stories involving scammers draining crypto wallets through malware and other means are becoming increasingly more common and crypto safety is an ever-growing issue within the space.Manyinvestors often have the shared struggle of…

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New Year’s Financial Resolutions You Can Keep

By NEW YORK TREND / December 29, 2022 / Comments Off on New Year’s Financial Resolutions You Can Keep

As the country’s leading African-American financial advisor and star of the new TV series “Mind. Body. Money,” Eszylfie Taylor shares his savvy New Year’s Financial Resolutions in order to start the year fresh in 2023. 2023 New Year’s Financial Topics that Eszylfie can go into detail about include: 1. Revisit Your Household Budget 2. Check Your Emergency…

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