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Kids and Money: Here’s How Much Americans are Spending on an Allowance
Certified Financial Planner Lazetta Rainey Braxton agrees it’s important to teach children responsibility and money management. That may include paying your kids for doing chores. “Conceptually, the allowance for rendering services is a good way for children to know that you get paid for working,” said Braxton, founder and CEO of Financial Fountains in Baltimore
InvestmentNews – Rene Nourse says mentoring is the key to diversity
Lazetta sat down with InvestmentNews‘ Bruce Kelly to talk about Rene Nourse and the importance of mentoring for increasing diversity within the industry. Read the full article here.
Access to Prosperity: Lazetta Rainey Braxton, Founder and CEO of Financial Fountains
Wealth management and financial planning have a reputation for being the kind of services that are reserved only for the elite. Lazetta Rainey Braxton has aimed to single-handedly change that. Fusing her many passions for the higher purpose of empowerment, Braxton founded Financial Fountains, which provides financial well-being and effective stewardship practices to a diverse
CNBC – Women Must Keep Finding Ways to Avoid the ‘Money FOG’
Women who set their mind on something usually achieve great things. As a female certified financial planner professional and founder of my advisory firm, I enjoy seeing women get excited about achieving financial confidence. They learn to value the role money plays in living their best life. They experience the freedom to build, enjoy and
CNBC – More Black Investors Should Look to Stock Market to Grow Their Wealth
If you can’t see it, will you believe in it? The “it” takes different forms, depending on the context. If the focus is black wealth, the “it” represents the stock market. And in this context, investing time, energy and even money into something unseen can translate into a very risky proposition. If wealth is a
ThinkAdvisor – Helping Underserved Clients Turn Income Into Wealth
Harriet Tubman escaped slavery and courageously helped liberate other slaves in the mid-1800s, leading them to freedom as a “conductor” of the secret Underground Railroad. Deeply inspired by the historic activist, certified financial planner Lazetta Rainey Braxton, an African-American, is leading a proud fight for a “financially liberated America,” she tells ThinkAdvisor in an interview.