Have you ever thought about investing in a tech start up? This complete guide will show you how to get started with equity crowdfunding.
When it comes to consistently building long-term wealth and reaching financial freedom, the biggest asset you have isn’t your bank account, it’s your mind. Ensuring you have the right money mindset and increasing your financial literacy will be the keys to reaching financial freedom. Too many want to jump straight into the technical details, asking […]
Have you wanted to invest in startups like an angel investor? It used to be that you needed a net worth of $1M and lots of capital to invest, but the laws have changed. Equity crowdfunding has changed this, allowing anyone to add startup investing to their portfolio with smaller amounts of capital.
Watching television can teach you something as well as entertain you. There are several great shows that will help you think about building wealth through real estate, entrepreneurship, and more. Check out these shows to help build your money mindset.
When it comes to wealth creation in America, there is one term you need to know—The Accredited Investor. If you don’t know what an accredited investor is or whether you meet the requirements to qualify as one, read our breakdown. It’s important to understand the basics of being accredited as you progress in your wealth […]
People who know me personally understand there is little to no range in the music I listen to. I’m not eclectic and can’t tell you what Katy Perry or John Legend’s last songs were, but if you want to debate the merits of 2 Chainz’ last album, discuss the progression of southern rap from T.I. […]
As you can imagine, I get a lot of questions about money. In a given month, across email, text and phone calls from friends, family and the Wealth Noir community, I hear a lot of questions about personal finances and building wealth. They range far and wide in their level of complexity and different aspects […]
Once I was home watching television with my family when my bank called to ask if I had used my debit card at a fast food restaurant in Texas. I was immediately alarmed by the question. First, I never eat at that particular restaurant and secondly, I was in the Washington, DC area and my […]
I didn’t know I wanted to be an accredited investor until I found out what an accredited investor was. It was 2014. I had just started my new job at Facebook and was starting to get more into personal finances. After having been laid off from my first tech job, I had a newfound respect […]
When my husband and I filed our 2016 taxes, we realized we owed almost $20,000 in federal taxes instead of getting a tax refund. I was shocked. I thought I was paying the right amount all year only to learn I was underpaying while my husband was paying just enough. This expensive lesson taught us […]