Many small businesses are wrestling with how to stay afloat during this time of economic uncertainty. Federal, state, and local governments plus some private organizations have created relief programs to aid businesses at this time.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27th, 2020. The law includes many provisions that impact both the personal and business finances of Americans as we navigate an unprecedented situation.
As the COVID-19 lockdown to prevent the spread of the disease goes into full effect, many dual-career families like mine are grappling with working from home while also caring for children during school and daycare closures. As an entrepreneur, mom, and one half of a dual career couple, here are my best tips for working from home with your young kids.
I've seen my fair share of women having collected a steady amount of savings and waiting to use it until they meet “the one.” It’s not uncommon that I hear, “Well, I don’t want to buy an apartment now, what if I meet a guy who (insert reason not to buy an apartment).”
Most of the people who ask me for financial advice have a similar goal: gaining financial freedom. However, there are several ways you could be sabotaging your success. Building wealth means strengthening your financial resources, rather than diluting them. You’ll have a much harder time building wealth if any of the following sound familiar.
How are you going to start off in 2020? Improving personal finances is always in the top five New Year’s resolutions, according to research. But 2020 isn’t only the start of a new year, it’s the start of a new decade. And while I encourage goal setting, especially in the
Who Am I? Hello! I’m Kaya Ladejobi, and I’m a financial advisor and planner, depending on what people are calling folks who do what I do. I’m the founder of Earn Into Wealth, a boutique, fee-only financial planning firm based in New York City. I work with clients locally and