I was always able to learn new money concepts and money management strategies, from the perspectives, approaches and experiences different authors shared, on the topic
I was delighted to talk to Jo-Ann Hamilton about personal finance for Caribbean women on her Secret Birds Podcast.
I had the opportunity to share my personal journey of paying off debt, while supporting extended family, key steps Caribbean Millennial women should take with their finances, and the importance if
According to the report “Are Americans Ready for Retirement?”, employer-based retirement plan sponsorship rates declined to 53% in 2011. This means that almost half of U.S. workers do not have access to a retirement plan through their employer.
Still, if you are an employee with an employer-sponsored retirement plan,
The Florida Non-Profit, The Jamaican Women of Florida is offering a $1,000 scholarship award opportunity for college-bound, female high school students, who are Florida residents of Jamaican descent. The goal of this scholarship program is to ” encourage the recipient to achieve her four-year educational goal at a tertiary institution.”
Th Fund for Education Aboard (FEA) is offering multiple scholarships, of up to $10,000 per award, to promising students who are underrepresented in education abroad and have a demonstrated financial need.
Applicants will be considered for all the available scholarships for study abroad programs that start in the summer,