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Black workers would benefit from minimum wage hike

Increasing the minimum wage would disproportionately benefit Black workers and push the country closer to racial and economic equality, according to a recent report by the Economic Policy Institute, a non-profit think tank, focused on economic policies that affect low- and middle-income workers. ...

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Program returns foreclosed borrowers to homeownership

foreclosures, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is now offering a homeownership program that will put previously troubled borrowers on a fast-tracked return to the home ownership market. ...

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Fundraising: Investment or after thought?

Investing in the fundraising operations of a nonprofit is an investment in the organization’s future. It takes time to build a fundraising program that is capable of securing revenue from multiple sources. ...

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How will you fund your strategic plan?

strategic planning that answers the question “where will the money come from” as part of the process. ...

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The first rule of entrepreneurship

The First Rule of Entrepreneurship: Don’t seek handouts. If you get one, it’s a blessing. But it shouldn’t be a part of your strategy ...

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Nonprofit success: more than “feel good”

Nonprofit success: more than “feel good” ...

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Student loan debt reduces lifetime wealth

student debt may be far more detrimental to financial futures than once thought, particularly for those with the highest levels of debt: students of color and students from low-income families,” states the report titled, At What Cost: How Student Debt Reduces Lifetime Wealth. ...

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Payday Lenders prey on seniors

Payday Lenders prey on seniors ...

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You can’t sell what you don’t know

You can’t sell what you don’t know ...

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