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Communities do not trust institutions. This is how we’re regaining it.
April 1, 2022
Americans have lost trust in the ability of large institutions like the federal government, national media, and large companies – even big banks – to understand or care about their needs.  ... read more »
WNBA Gets Capital Raise to Help Grow League
February 24, 2022
The WNBA has earned a $75 million capital raise to help further promote the league. The capital raise will be invested in digital innovations, player marketing, and player programming. ... read more »
Your 2021 Taxes: 7 Things the IRS Wants You to Know
February 9, 2022
During the virtual meeting, IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig and Ken Corbin, Wage and Investment Division Commissioner and Chief Taxpayer Experience Officer at the IRS, stressed the importance of filing via the internet and making sure all information submitted is accurate. That way, they said, taxpayers can avoid delays and seamlessly receive their returns into their bank accounts by direct deposit. ... read more »
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Caltech Among Universities Sued Over Financial Aid Formula
January 13, 2022
Caltech is among 16 universities being sued for alleged violations of antitrust laws by colluding to unfairly reduce the amount of financial aid awarded to students, it was announced today. ... read more »
Restaurants Want Farmers Insurance to Pay for Coronavirus Business Losses
January 13, 2022
Several restaurants in Orange and San Diego counties and a Los Angeles County company that sells wine-related products are suing Farmers Insurance, alleging the company breached contracts by refusing to compensate them for losses incurred when business was curtailed during the coronavirus. ... read more »
Lecrae, Rapper With San Diego Ties, Shares Wealth Building Ideas
December 30, 2021
Grammy Award-winning Christian Hip-Hop hop artist Lecrae is on a mission to increase financial literacy among African Americans. Growing up in a “marginalized” community in San Diego, ... read more »
California Goes on Offensive as Omicron Variant Threat Grows 
December 9, 2021
Three days after Thanksgiving, Gov. Gavin Newsom went online to address the new COVID-19 Omicron variant, a version of the virus with at ... , according to the World Health Organization.   ... read more »
Black Woman Tech Founder Survived Homelessness and Started a Movement to Increase Generational Wealth in South L.A.
November 26, 2021
Homeless at the age of 19, Cassie Betts has a riveting life story. She shares memories about befriending “questionable characters of the night,” with the tech-savvy inner-city youth she trains in her technology academy Made In South L.A. (MISLA), initially launched from the janitor’s closet of a South Central Los Angeles charter school. ... read more »
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Analysts: California Is Moving Into Next Budget Year With a $31 Billion Surplus
November 25, 2021
California is expected to move into the next fiscal year, which begins July 1, 2022, with a whopping $31 billion surplus, according to estimates from the independent Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO). ... read more »
CD-9 Welcomes Residents Applying for BIG:LEAP Program
November 4, 2021
South L.A. residents lined up on October 29, at the field office of Councilmember Curren Price, Jr. to apply for the BIG:LEAP - the Basic Income Guaranteed: Los Angeles Economic Assistance Program. The citywide program, which accepts applications until November 7, will provide 3,000 recipients with $1,000 per month for 12 months with no-strings-attached or conditions on how the funds must be spent. ... read more »
Waters and Pelosi: Investing in the Future of South Los Angeles
August 16, 2021
Congresswoman Maxine Waters joined Speaker of House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi on August 12 to discuss the advancement of the Child Tax Credit implemented this year. ... read more »
There Is Cash in California’s Comeback Plan for Your Small Business
August 12, 2021
State Treasurer Fiona Ma and Small Business Majority, an advocacy organization founded by and for small business owners, are hosting a webinar to share information about the new entrepreneurship programs included in the California Comeback Plan. It will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 25. ... read more »
The Guap Foundation Launches Fundraising Campaign to Invest in Minority Communities
July 29, 2021
Guap Foundation today announced the launch of a campaign to raise funds to invest in underserved minority communities around the country. ... read more »
Owning a Home: Guidance from Your Local Home Lending Advisor in Los Angeles
July 1, 2021
Are you considering buying your first home, but unsure where to start? Purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial decisions a person can make, and the path to ownership may feel confusing for many first-time buyers. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be. Chase bank can help you navigate the homebuying process so getting the keys to your first home may be closer than you think.   ... read more »
Hill Harper Talks The Black Wall Street
June 10, 2021
Harper discusses new advancement in financial literacy and freedom designed for the Black and Brown community. ... read more »
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