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Now displaying: November, 2016
Nov 24, 2016

My friend released an interesting article highlighting people who used blogging as an accountability technique to help themselves dump massive amount of debt.

 

I reached back into the Midday Money Show archives to pull out conversations from some of them who've joined me as guest in the past.

 

Accountability just may be your secret ingredient.

Nov 17, 2016

Leslie Tayne is the founder of Tayne Law Group, a firm that specializes in helping clients resolve problems with overwhelming debt. Managing money is her business. So it would stand to reason that being in a relationship with someone who was less than forthcoming about his finances would give Leslie pause. It did so much that she called off the wedding.

Would you? Leslie shares her story on the Midday Money Show.

Nov 10, 2016

This is the second panel discussion from FinCon. This time, the guys weigh in and help us think about what strategies we need to develop to build, preserve and pass along wealth. The African-American community may be starting from behind - financially speaking, but we don't have to stay there.

Nov 3, 2016

This is an all-star panel with Lynette Kolfani-Cox, Tiffany Aliche, Tonya Rapley, and Patrice Washington. These successful financial educators weigh in on the financial state of affairs in the African-American community and what we can do in order to make progress.

Nov 1, 2016

This is a preview of an all-star panel with Lynette Kolfani-Cox, Tiffany Aliche, Tonya Rapley, and Patrice Washington. These successful financial educators weigh in on the financial state of affairs in the African-American community and what we can do in order to make progress.

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