Learn Strategies For Financial Success and Building Wealth at the Women of Power Tech Conference

These pandemic-induced times have produced a great deal of anxiety when it comes to money matters. So just how can Black female professionals and entrepreneurs set a course to realize their financial goals?

If you seek valuable insights and advice to guide you through this process, your must-attend the virtual session “Wealth-building Strategies for Black Women” hosted by JPMorgan Chase, which is part of the inaugural BLACK ENTERPRISE Women of Power Tech Virtual Conference.

The panel will be held Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 1:30 p.m. ET and feature leading financial experts Racquel Oden, head of national sales and support, JP Morgan Chase Consumer Bank; Mayra Cardozo, head of content strategy and innovation for U.S. wealth management, JP Morgan Chase; and Tosh Ernest, head of wealth, Advancing Black Pathways (ABP), JP Morgan Chase.

For Black women, the session could not be more significant given their current wealth status.

Tosh Ernest,
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Ellen DeGeneres Is the New-Era Example Business Leaders Can Learn From

The beleaguered talk show host’s public-facing apology is a testament to putting a stake in the ground and pledging new intentions.

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In a report in Buzzfeed over the summer, several employees of The Ellen DeGeneres Show alleged that they had faced harassment, intimidation and racism while on set, sparking an internal investigation. News of a toxic backstage culture stood in stark contrast to the environment DeGeneres had promised to create and her reputation as an advocate for inclusivity and decency.

After the Buzzfeed article came out, the comedian and host sent an internal memo to staff rededicating herself to overseeing a workplace in which “everyone would be treated with respect.” Still, most onlookers wondered: How had she been so neglectful of her

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Adapting your fitness business for social distancing

Personal trainers, gym owners and other health and fitness experts have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fitness business and social distancing guidelines are difficult to merge simply due to the high-touch nature of fitness centers. This makes them a higher-than-average health risk while the coronavirus is circulating. Accordingly, most gyms were quick to close, and very few have made plans to reopen at full capacity.

If you want to preserve your business — or continue building it — you’ll be glad to know there are many options available to you, as long as you’re willing to adapt. So how can you adapt your personal training or fitness business to accommodate social distancing and closed gyms?

Move your business online.

 

Let’s explore a few options.

Personal training online

Rather than meeting people in the gym, you can meet with them virtually, relaying video feeds and communicating … Read the rest

My Parents Can’t Afford College Anymore – What Should I Do?

When most parents offer to fund their child’s tuition, it’s with the expectation that their financial circumstances will remain relatively unchanged. Even with minor dips in income or temporary periods of unemployment, a solid plan will likely see the child through to graduation.

Unfortunately, what these plans don’t tend to account for is a global pandemic wreaking havoc on the economy and job market.

Now, many parents of college-age children are finding themselves struggling to stay afloat – much less afford college tuition. This leaves their children who were previously planning to graduate college with little or no debt in an uncomfortable position.

So if you’re a student suddenly stuck with the bill for your college expenses, what can you do? Read below for some strategies to help you stay on track.

Contact the University

Your first step is to contact the university and let them know that your financial … Read the rest