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Unearthing Racial Disparities in Life Insurance Unearthing Racial Disparities in Life Insurance

Bryant Jenkins About Bryant Jenkins Tonight we learned that our life doesn’t... 


A Bi-Partisan Approach to Eliminating Income Taxes A Bi-Partisan Approach to Eliminating Income Taxes

Scott Smith About Scott Smith Scott Smith is a pioneer of structured finance on... 


A Financial Fitness Workout Plan for Kids A Financial Fitness Workout Plan for Kids

Lynette Khalfani Cox About Lynnette Khalfani-Cox Lynnette Khalfani-Cox joined us... 


How to Get My Mini Financial Makeover Course for FREE How to Get My Mini Financial Makeover Course for FREE

Deborah OwensThe Wealth Coach 10 people will get my Mini Financial Makeover course... 


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BET News|Financial Expert Deborah Owens Shares Five Simple Steps to Financial Literacy BET News|Financial Expert Deborah Owens Shares Five Simple Steps to Financial Literacy

Deborah Owens had an opportunity to share some tips to help BET News viewers become... 


Essence Magazine: Creating Your Financial Legacy Essence Magazine: Creating Your Financial Legacy

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Ebony: The Money Fix Issue Ebony: The Money Fix Issue

The Problem Small Business Conundrum Q:How do you maintain a small business during... 


Essence 2012 Dream Team Essence 2012 Dream Team

Author and financial expert Deborah Owens is chosen  for the Essence Magazine Dream... 


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Deborah's Blog

Invest in That Designer Purse Invest in That Designer Purse

In 2011, the Michael Kors company had an initial public stock offering.  One of my Purseonal Success Plan members mentioned that their  favorite Project Runway Judge, Michael Kors company’s stock debuted on Wall Sreet.  She asked, “Should I buy the stock.”  I said ,  “It depends. The first thing you need to do before you purchase a stock... [Read more of this review]


Deborah Owens Investment & Stock Tips | Wealthy Radio Podcast Deborah Owens Investment & Stock Tips | Wealthy Radio Podcast

Deborah Owens STOCKing Stuffers Are you on Facebook or Twitter? Have you been following my tips on the best STOCKing Stuffers? In case you’ve missed any, I recap them in this week’s podcast. Be sure to keep up to date by like-ing my Facebook page or following me on Twitter. Listen to the podcast of Tuesday’s Wealthy Radio Podcast: Play... [Read more of this review]


What Would Deborah Do? Employee Stock Purchase Plans What Would Deborah Do? Employee Stock Purchase Plans

Here’s our financial dilemma from our Wealthy Radio audience. Hi Mrs. Owens, I am currently participating in my company’s ESPP or Employee Stock Purchase Program. Right now I contribute 2% of my income and they match half of that (1%). My goal is to sell the stock in case of an emergency or a large purchase such as a car or home (to minimize... [Read more of this review]


A Mortgage Loan Modification Is A Setup For A Comeback A Mortgage Loan Modification Is A Setup For A Comeback

Each week on Wealthy Radio I take someone’s financial dilemma and weigh in with my expertise. Here’s the What Would Deborah Do? situation for this week: “I was unemployed for a while and have finally got another job but at considerably less money.  I have been considering a loan modification and after contacting my bank they told me it... [Read more of this review]


Wealthy S.Y.S.T.E.M.- Safe Your Self Time Energy And Money Wealthy S.Y.S.T.E.M.- Safe Your Self Time Energy And Money

Do you find it difficult to keep track of your bills and end up paying late fees? One of the easiest ways to get a handle on bill paying is by establishing automatic payment plans that send the minimum payment due each month. You can use your banks online payment system or initiate the payment through the credit card company. The key here is that you... [Read more of this review]


Your House Is Not An ATM! Your House Is Not An ATM!

You really can build wealth through home ownership but not if you take out the equity to purchase a car or pay off debt. Your home’s equity should not be used as your personal piggy bank. One of the observations that I made as a financial advisor was that the people who were in the best financial shape when they retired had paid off their mortgage.... [Read more of this review]


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