Financial or money mistakes are not gender-specific: they can happen to anyone. Continue reading Money Mistakes Women Should Avoid
Money talks. And now, more than ever, the private sector is listening to the collective voice of the LGBT community. In many ways, our dollar is as strong as our votes at the ballot box. Continue reading Taking Pride In America’s LGBT Economy
The program is available for low-income Austin residents who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 and are struggling to pay their rent. Continue reading The City of Austin’s RENT Assistance program
Protecting your personal information can help reduce your risk of identity theft.
Continue reading How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure
As more Americans with and without disabilities are caught up in the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, people are wondering where to find answers to life-or-death questions.
Continue reading COVID-19 Economic Benefits how-to Guide
A lot of people are dealing with serious financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re worried about your finances but haven’t experienced a loss of income or increased expenses so far, consider the following:
Continue reading Staying on Top of Your Finances during COVID-19
By Kimberlee Davis, host & founder of The Fiscal Feminist
There is no shortage of lessons to be learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the economic and health adjustments we are all scrambling to make, a deluge of new challenges that have yet to be considered still looms around the corner.Continue reading Reinventing Yourself: Who Will You Be Post COVID-19?
Amy Grace Collins loved her work through Amy Grace Events. She was doing incredible corporate events and weddings for organizations and couples at the most amazing venues in California and Michigan, with the very best in everything—food, flowers, music, photography, videography and more.Continue reading How One Woman is Reinventing the Wedding Industry
By Le Anne Harper
Study after study confirms that the gender wage gap in this country persists. According to PayScale, women earned 79 cents for every dollar earned by men in 2019 (“The State of the Gender Pay Gap,” 2020). Decades earlier, The New York Times reported that in 1980 women earned 70 cents for every dollar earned by men (“Women’s Roles vs. Social Norms,” 1986). Continue reading Negotiate Like a Pro
By Richelle Delia, PhD
Financial wellness is a relatively new buzzword that focuses on a person’s knowledge of the personal financial topics and their ability to successfully navigate financial decisions. It pertains an individual’s ability to understand and choose financial products, services and mechanisms to best allow them to reach their goals taking the ebbs and flows of life into context. Continue reading 5 Facts About Financial Wellness Your Business Needs to Know