I never expected that my monthly payments on my Caribbean student loan would go to interest only. After all, I made sure to read my promissory note and started making my required minimum monthly payments, as scheduled, 6 months after graduation. That’s why I was completely shocked to find out
I am so excited to be a personal finance contributor to Potent Magazine’s Come Back Issue!
Potent Magazine is a digital and print magazine that is the authoritative voice on Caribbean culture and its global influence. The Come Back Issue is the first issue available in print and I am … Read More
It was interesting to see that Jamaica Money Market Brokers, Ltd. (JMMB) launched a suite of products for women, who already make up 59% of their client base and account for nearly 60 percent of revenue, in this Jamaica Gleaner online post. JMBB Her Wealth promises to provide tailored … Read More
This post if part of the Financial Information Month 2016: Student Loan Series. During the Month of October, I will be sharing information about Caribbean Student Loans, stories from borrowers and highlighting the missed opportunities to address the current issues with the Student Loan System in the Eastern Caribbean.… Read More