Archive for the Finance Category

Talking Dollar and Making Sense

Posted in Finance on October 21, 2010 by substanceandstyledc

The District of Columbia and the Financial Planning Association of the National Capital Area invite you to attend DC Financial Planning Day on Saturday, October 23 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Bell Multicultural High School, 3101 16th Street NW, where attendees will be able to meet one-on-one with dozens of professional financial planners to discuss personal finance questions, concerns and interests. The advice will be provided on a pro-bono basis by experts from the Financial Planning Association and highly qualified Certified Financial Planner professionals. There are no strings attached – volunteering planners will not pass out business cards, marketing materials or sell products or services. Learn more about the empowering day of workshops and consultations here.

Hip Hop: From Your Street to Wall Street

Posted in Culture, Finance, Politics with tags on September 7, 2010 by substanceandstyledc

Do you remember when you fell in love with hip hop? Do you remember the first time someone used your love of hip hop to buy a product? Thursday September 10 at 6:30pm in the Langston Room of Busboys and Poets, 2021 14th Street NW editor and chief of The Crisis magazine, Jabari Asim will interview marketing expert Erin Patton and explore how hip hop culture has turned into a sales tool for everything from sneakers, jewelry to alcohol and films. This event is free and open to the public.

Keeping Score

Posted in Finance on December 28, 2009 by substanceandstyledc

As the end of the year wraps up, it is the perfect time to think about new goals for mind, body, spiritual and financial fitness in the New Year. Step one in preparing for a next year is taking a good look and assessment at where you stand at the end of this year. As financial fitness goes, in addition to checking out the balance of your checking, savings and money market accounts – and hopefully IRA – be sure to access your free annual credit report online. You may view your credit report for free once in a 12 month period. For $15.95 you can view your actual credit score at another site, My Fico.

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