Friday, May 29, 2020

Face your financial fears

Take action to save for retirement From Family Features Retirement is supposed to be a reward for decades of hard work, but if you haven’t planned...

MARCHING TO THE BANK

Following up on decades of community advocacy for Black financial institutions, the Black Lives Matter movement has energized a stream of Black Americans to...

Economy rebounds with hiring surge

287,000 jobs added in June but July repeat not expected BY DON LEE LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS WASHINGTON – The strong rebound in hiring last month, after almost...

‘Black-ish’ closes clever season with special ‘Good Times’ tribute

BY MARY MCNAMARA LOS ANGELES TIMES TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Kenya Barris’ decision to end the second season of “black-ish” with a loving spoof of Norman Lear’s...

Candidates to speak at Black political convention

Presidential forum will take place June 11 in Indiana GEORGE CURRY MEDIA WASHINGTON – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders have agreed...

Who owns that trademark?

Prince recovered the rights to the masters of his early music from Warner Brothers Records in 2014 as well as the legal right to...

How to navigate volatile markets for a secure retirement

FAMILY FEATURES Persistent and significant stock market swings, combined with shifting workplace structures and an outdated retirement benefit system, are profoundly impacting Americans’ ability to...

‘Classic Man’ passes away

Miller was top scholar, doctor, businessman BY FLORIDA COURIER STAFF FORT LAUDERDALE – Dr. Frederick Vincent Miller, a Morehouse College graduate who became one of the...

Loan activity from 401(k) plans rising

The majority of the loans are used to make down payments on homes, consolidate high interest credit card debt, buy cars and pay for...

No purchase too small for plastic, survey shows

BY LAUREN ZUMBACH TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE CHICAGO — Do you roll your eyes in the checkout line when someone pulls out a card to pay for...