Young, first-time Florida voters cast ballots with social justice, healthcare and economy in mind

PENSACOLA, Fla. — Lillian Ekiss, a 19-year-old first-time voter, waited over an hour and a half to cast her ballot at Pensacola State College on the first day of early voting in the Sunshine State. She is eager to see big changes on a variety of social justice issues that [...]

America’s racial wealth gap explained

On this week’s episode of Money Talks, Reckon discusses the racial wealth gap in America.  The racial wealth distribution does not correlate with the racial demographics of America. White Americans have a disproportionately large percentage of the wealth in America compared to people of color. Data from the Federal Reserve [...]

By |2020-10-20T09:10:58-05:00October 19, 2020|Economy, Feature, Race|

Want to retire early and still have fun? With aggressive investing and frugal living, it’s possible

As the global pandemic continues to heap financial concerns upon millions of Americans, including mass unemployment and fears over an economic recovery, retirement may not be your biggest concern right now. But the stock market, which holds most of our retirement hopes in its mind-boggling numbers and graphs, continues to [...]

By |2020-09-30T15:30:24-05:00September 29, 2020|Economy, Education, Story|