Home > money (Page 2)

3 Tips For Fall House Hunting

By Quila Bryant The summertime is on its way out and the fall is slowly approaching. According to Realtor.com, August 2016 was the hottest real estate market in ten years. While the Charlotte area reached record number of sales and buyer pre-approvals in the summer, it may be hard to keep that up in the fall.…

The Rundown: Thursday, October 13 – Monday, October 17

By: Shawn D. Allison, II  Shawn Allison shares all the places you’ll wanna be in the Queen City. What’s the deal my Queen City family? The October air is clear, cool, crisp and full of life! There’s quite a bit of activity in the QC this weekend and you already know your man—The Black Ferris Bueller has got you locked with a stock full of events!…

Call Your Creditors and Save Now

By Marsha Barnes Have you ever been fed up with the bills that you pay monthly? You’re unaware of how much you pay Marsha Barnes, The Finance Bar over each month, why you’re paying it, what fees are being added and whose to blame for the light bill being so high (…cut those lights off).…

Golf Event Brings Awareness to Domestic Violence

By Iris Hunter Domestic violence has become more and more prevalent throughout various communities and millions of lives have been forever changed due to this devastating epidemic. Iris Hunter William Wilson, CEO of William Wilson Clothing, took a stand against domestic violence by starting The William Wilson Foundation, a charitable organization that assists victims and/or their children of domestic violence.…

7 Steps To Boost Your Credit Score

By Marsha Barnes Marsha Barnes, The Finance Bar I can’t recall a single time in any of my finance dealings or client relations that the topic of credit reports hasn’t come up. How important is that magic number? EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. While this is another task to add to our personal finance plans, we cannot neglect to study it, research how we can make ours better, and understand the impact of the nuts and bolts within it.…