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Financial News


The Industry Club: Where the young fashion forward crowd meets new business opportunities

According to The Hub Flint: Part trendsetter, social media expert and influencer, teens bring innate abilities and energy. It’s ingrained in their DNA. And now, thanks to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeasern Michigan (BGCSM) and its partners, talented teens will have the opporunity to marry their natural abilities with business opportuntieis in an...
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How to Get Your Small Business Out of Debt in 2022

According to Nav: Rising interest rates and high levels of corporate debt have lots of investors concerned. Should small businesses be worried? The majority of small businesses (in most industries) are able to pay their bills on time. According to Experian/Moody’s Analytics Main Street Report, overall delinquencies for businesses with fewer than 100 employees were...
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Dope Flint brand expands in Detroit

According to The Hub Flint: The impact of COVID-19 has left many business owners across America in a state of uncertainty as they try to figure out how to adjust to our economy’s new normal. For Oaklin J. Mixon, founder of GoodBoy Clothing, he’s choosing to move forward and break new ground with a second...
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5 Budgeting Techniques to Try in 2022

According to Beyond Finance: A brand new year is a chance to hit the reset button on your finances. If you are hoping to achieve new goals in 2022 these budgeting techniques can help. Before you Begin – Answer These Questions Before you try our new tips and techniques to transform your budgeting, it’s a...
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Flint Sprint: Collaborative initiative aims to improve quality of life for residents in 60 days

According to The Hub Flint: Flint Sprint involves a wide variety of projects that serve a diverse group of community organizations and their constituents. “Flint Sprint will have a great impact on the well-being of our community from improved customer service delivery to better access to health and wellness, more resources for small businesses and...
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Americans’ top five financial resolutions and how to make them stick

According to The Washington Post: Every year, you make a promise to yourself to get out of debt or finally build a decent emergency fund. Or maybe you’ve resolved to spend less or save more for retirement. You set a goal. Then life gets in the way and your financial resolution is derailed. You feel...
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