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Super-Low Interest Rates Give Reverse Mortgages New Appeal for Older Americans

Bankrate
Aug 24, 2020

In the COVID-19 pandemic, people at or near retirement are being hit hard and seeing their savings cut back because of low interest rates. With portfolio income and savings depressed, many are in jeopardy of having to seriously rethink their plans for retirement.

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5 New Rules for Charitable Giving

U.S. News & World Report
Aug 21, 2020

During a time of economic crisis and pandemic, with so many people in need, giving to charity has become even more important to those inclined toward philanthropy.

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George Nichols III, President and CEO

Financial Services Need to “Advance Black Americans & Address Systemic Wealth inequality”: The American College of Financial Services CEO

Yahoo! Finance
Aug 19, 2020

The American College of Financial Services has announced its Four Steps Forward initiative for the financial services industry to promote upward mobility and wealth creation for Black America.

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George Nichols III, President and CEO, The American College of Financial Services

George Nichols of The American College of Financial Services: 5 Steps We Must Take To Truly Create An Inclusive, Representative, and Equitable Society

Authority Magazine
Aug 19, 2020

As someone who has grown up experiencing the inequalities of racial division firsthand, George Nichols III, President of The American College of Financial Services, is in a unique position to lead the charge for t

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George Nichols III, President and CEO

State Insurance Regulators Hold Session on Race and Insurance

ThinkAdvisor
Aug 17, 2020

In a recent special session of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, College President George Nichols III encouraged fellow professionals to focus on getting more Black families to buy life insuranc

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New HBCU Scholarships to Forge More Paths Into Wealth Management for Black Professionals

Financial Planning
Aug 11, 2020

One of the primary problems Black students face in getting an education, especially in today’s financial services landscape, is the cost barrier to entry.

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Clients Need “Life Guides” for Retirement—Not Just Investment Advice

InvestmentNews
Aug 11, 2020

Even without considering the COVID-19 pandemic, lifestyles of those in retirement today have changed a lot from decades past.

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Drawing Down Retirement Savings in a Pandemic

Kiplinger
Aug 07, 2020

In the COVID-19 world, the rules of the road in retirement planning have shifted drastically. Retirees must balance a spending slowdown that could buoy their finances with plummeting stock values and fluctuating portfolios that could jeopardize everything they’ve worked for years to build.

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How Will the Pandemic Affect My Student Loans?

Barron's
Aug 07, 2020

Student loan borrowers have many benefits to consider when planning for the potential financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Scholarship Program to Benefit Students at HBCUs Studying Finance

The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
Aug 07, 2020

The American College of Financial Services has launched a new scholarship program dedicated to students from historically Black colleges and universities with the goal of increasing racial diversity of the financial services workforce.

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