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This Week on Financial Voices Radio

Date: 
December 6, 2012
How to budget for the holidays. Have a happy holiday season without overspending and racking up debt!

This Week on Financial Voices Radio

Date: 
November 29, 2012
First impressions are often looked upon as an image, to whom and what a person represents. In the world we live in today, fashion is defined as either a like or a dislike. Our special guest today definitely knows the fascinating world of fashion.

This Week on Financial Voices Radio

Date: 
October 25, 2012
Today, more than ever, Americans are concerned with the fate of the economy and the structure of its governing administration. This Presidential Election is crucial to the U.S. economy.

This Week on Financial Voices Radio

Date: 
October 4, 2012
I believe it was the late Whitney Houston who proclaimed in her Grammy nominated hit song The Greatest Love of All; that the children are our future. I don’t think that anyone can argue with that statement.

This Week on Financial Voices Radio

Date: 
September 27, 2012
Networking is the key and the Sustainable Business Network has mastered the art of maximizing your networking experience.

This Week on Financial Voices Radio

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September 20, 2012
The amount of support minority businesses provide to the under-privileged and the community as a whole is phenomenal! What a better way to celebrate them, than to host a week-long event that features outstanding services provided to our community.

Annette John-Hall: Teaching men to be fathers

Date: 
June 16, 2012

I can't think of anybody better equipped to run a male parenting program than Joel Austin, the president and CEO of Daddy UniverseCity Inc.

You know how they tell writers to write what they know? Well, Austin runs what he knows.

Author: 
Annette John-Hall
Source: 
Philadelphia Inquirer

Lack of computer access a major hurdle for the poor

Date: 
June 12, 2012

Fingering an orange flash drive like a good-luck totem, Teisha Reynolds took a break from the computer class she hopes will change her life.

At a KEYSPOT computer-access center within the Families First/People's Emergency Center in West Philadelphia, Reynolds is enrolled in computer classes to help get off welfare.

Reynolds, 36, keeps hearing the whole world is online. That's not entirely true.

"When you're poor and without a computer, there's a big gap between you and everyone else," Reynolds said. "For me and my two sons, it's very hard not having one."

Author: 
Alfred Lubrano
Source: 
Philadelphia Inquirer