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The president's insurance plan would replace half of a worker's lost wages for up to $10,000 over two years.

Tom: Today we are talking about market volatility, correct?  Mellody: Yes we are! Since December, the stock market has experienced a period of volatility that has been unsettling…

Tom: Good morning, Mellody! Mellody: Good morning, Tom! Tom: This morning for Money Monday you are going to give us a heads up on some changes…

  Jackson Hewitt is launching the 2016 tax season with products like the Up To $750 Refund Advance. The Tom Joyner Morning Show talks to…

  Tom: Happy New Year! You are here to talk about some suggestions for resolutions for 2016 that will improve our money management.  Mellody: You’ve…

If you’re running out of ideas for gifts this holiday season, stock gift cards may be a viable option for you. America’s Wealth Coach Deborah Owens appeared on NewsOne Now to explain how investment gift cards can make a great gift this holiday season. Owens told guest host Catalina Byrd, “Innovation has arrived, because now […]

Tom: You join us this morning with a very interesting topic today – the unbanked. Mellody: It is an interesting subject, tom, even if it sounds…

Vada Hill is the Chief Marketing Officer for Jackson Hewitt Tax Services, Inc. He talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about how Jackson Hewitt’s clients can have…

Tom: Good morning, Mellody Hobson! Mellody: Good morning! We are talking about retirement again today and this time we are focusing on Generation X. Generation…

On October 30, during the 4th annual dfree® Financial Freedom Conference, hundreds of Black church leaders from around the nation will gather to launch a national strategy to end short term, high interest lending (known as payday loans), that has undermined financial capacity among many Black Americans. Dr. DeForest B. Soaries, Jr., Senior Pastor of […]

Tom: A very interesting topic today: we are talking about the changing profile of America’s Black consumers.  Mellody: We certainly are, Tom! Nielsen recently released…

President Barack Obama unveiled a new streamlined process for college students and their parents applying for financial aid.