Wealth Noir had the opportunity to talk with Lyonel Douge and Dr. Vic Boddie about their company TipSnaps. These men have one goal in mind—help their people make money from their content creations.
When it comes to building wealth it’s the tried and true path that works best. Here are 8 steps to improve your personal finances.
Jerel Registre takes a deeper dive into the cannabis industry and the ways in which Black and Brown people have been ostracized from monetarily capitalizing in this space.
We chat with Jerel Registre, Managing Director of Curio WMBE Fund about what private equity investing looks like, how Curio Wellness Center is taking up necessary space in the Cannabis industry, and how Jerel got started in this industry and his goals for the future.
An office REIT is the business of owning, managing, developing, operating, and/or leasing office buildings. They find key areas in locations that are growing and thriving with multiple businesses.
Health Savings Accounts are savings accounts created to pay for healthcare expenses. They operate much the same way your regular savings account does.
William S. Matthews is an accomplished businessman, author, and community advocate, or, as many often call him, a modern-day Renaissance man. He sits down with Wealth Noir to talk about how he finds purpose in educating young people on topics like financial literacy, leadership and navigating corporate America. When he’s not giving back to his community, he’s building an impressive real estate portfolio.
We explore current proposals that could help close the racial wealth gap, individual actions you can take to help reconfigure our systems, and a few next steps to help you and your family rise above the statistics.
Jasmine Black is the founder and CEO of the boutique consulting firm Brainchild. They provide support in business planning and consulting. She is also a part of an all-female football league. As a former banker and competitive athlete, she is determined to help black and brown entrepreneurs build and sustain their businesses.
While the solution and causes behind the racial wealth gap are complicated, the problem itself is simple. The fact is, Black families in the U.S. hold about 15% 1 the wealth of white families.