#SecureTheBAg...3 Financial Tools You Can't Live Without in 2019

Happy New Year!

By now you’ve done your vision boarding, goal setting, goal mapping, goal digging (maybe) - you’ve done all of the goal things and you’re knee-deep in the first month of 2019. Through many annual conversations with those in my own social circle, I learned that we tend to split our goals into two or three specific categories - very rarely does finance make the category cut. Thankfully, the Black finance community is growing at a faster rate than ever before. For the entire first quarter of 2019, we’ll be focusing on Black-owned resources to enrich your financial situation. Read on to discover 3 Black-owned businesses that can help you and your family bring finance to the forefront this year.

Founded by Tonya Rapley, My Fab Finance offers several affordable courses to help you build a strong financial foundation. The knowledge she shared in her book The Money Manual made her a bestselling author. Go ahead and add her to your #MoneyTeam.

If you’ve been looking for the right time to put your younger brother, sister, cousin or mentor on to the finance game, that time is now. Samantha Ealy founded Generation Wealthy to empower teens & young adults to invest in their financial futures. Let her help you spark a healthy money finance cycle in your circle.

15 or 30 year mortgage? Should we move in together to save money? Bugatti or vacation property? It seems like Damien Peters is always in my inbox with new questions to pull my attention towards my wealth. Subscribe to WealthNoir for a steady stream of content to help you build generational wealth.

That’s all for now, folks! In the famous words of Mike Epps, get your money mayne. I’ll be zooming in on these finance entrepreneurs and more during this #SecureTheBagSeries. Stay tuned.