With current events that have gripped the nation recently, I wanted to share some of my favorite black-owned businesses within the personal finance community.
This list is not exhaustive and I certainly encourage you to find BIPOC (black, indiginous, people of color) accounts that inspire you on your own.
Please also feel free to comment on this blog post with any additional bloggers, vloggers, podcasters, or creators in this space that I did not add to this list.
The Popcorn Finance Podcast is owned and operated by Chris Browning. Chris and his podcast have been featured on Forbes, Nerdwallet, Vice, The AP and more. The Popcorn Finance Podcast focuses on quick, actionable personal finance topics that you can listen to for under the time it takes to microwave a bag of popcorn.
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Quinton from Q Makes It Happen is motivating others and sharing his journey to build wealth. Q grew his income from $18,000 to $60,000 and paid off $33,000 in debt, all in just 4 years! Since becoming debt free Q has jumped into investing and documenting his journey on learning how to invest while keeping you motivated. Wherever you are on your financial journey.
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George Pitts is the CEO of George Pitts & Company. George is a business coach, real estate investor, public speaker, and author. George helps entrepreneurs grow their side hustle to seven figures by helping them take the skills they already have and monetizing them online.
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Zay from The Wealth Strategist shares his journey of finance, fitness and self-development while working towards financial independence. Zay, like so many, came from a family that didn’t discuss money and finances. He decided to step up to the plate and educate himself. Zay focuses on building wealth — especially, first generational wealth.
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Winning To Wealth is owned and operated by Michael Lacy. Michael and his podcast have been featured on Forbes and CNBC. Michael, beyond being an incredible storyteller, is an entrepreneur, dad, husband and man of faith. His podcast, which has transitioned from The Wealthy Neighbors Show to The Winning To Wealth Show, features helpful, actionable ‘Money Tip Mondays’ as well as showcases people in the personal finance industry from all walks of life.
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Shyra and Marques Murrey are the founders of Black, Married and DEBT FREE. They paid off 6-figures of debt and have transitioned into real estate investing. The Murrey’s are all about helping you to eliminate debt and build wealth. Black, Married and DEBT FREE has been featured on His & Her Money and have a book, The Hidden Psychological Effects of Money on Black Women.
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Carmen is the owner founder of Make Real Cents. Carmen paid off $57k in debt and began Make Real Cents to inspire others on the path to debt freedom. Make Real Cents is on a mission to provide you with the “been there, done that” do’s and don’ts of personal finance with a little humor on the side. Carmen recently quit her 6 figures income job to learn how to code and is now currently creating her own budgeting app!
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Anthony ONeal was homeless at the age of 19, living out of his car, deep in debt. After hitting rock bottom, he turned his life around and has committed his career to helping students find and pursue their life aspirations. Anthony is passionate about helping youth make informed decisions with their money, personal development and going to college with a debt free degree! Anthony is a best selling author, Dave Ramsey Personality and has been featured on FOX News, CNN and TBN.
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Nicole Walters is a powerhouse! She was a top-selling corporate executive who quit her six figure income job in sales and built a million-dollar business in just one year! Nicole has been featured in US Weekly, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Parents, ABC News, Woman’s Day and Good Morning America.
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Julien and Kiersten Saunders paid off over 6 figures of debt in just two years! They are both financial coaches and help families eliminate debt and build wealth. The Saunders and their blog, Rich®ULAR, have been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, CBS The Morning, Black Enterprise, Glamour, and Market Watch… just to name a few.
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11. His & Her Money
His and Her Money is owned and operated by Talaat and Tai McNeely. The McNeely’s and their empire have been featured in too many publications to name, but most notably, Entrepreneur, The Huffington Post, Essence, MSN and Business Insider. Talaat and Tai are money and marriage experts that have built an incredible platform for personal finance education and relationship building.
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12. Our Rich Journey
Amon and Christina Browning are former federal government employees that have reached Financial Independence and retired at 39. They then moved to Portugal with their two kids! Our Rich Journey have been featured on ABC News, Good Morning America, Daily Mail and Parade. Our Rich Journey shares ways to make money, save money
, and invest money. Their goal is to inspire you to pursue financial independence.
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13. Slay This Debt
Deedra is owner and founder of Slay This Debt, a popular YouTube Channel that focuses on manifesting the money moves you want to see in your life. Over the last couple of years, Slay This Debt has racked up a notable following on YouTube and Instagram. She has been featured on His and Her Money, Black, Married and DEBT FREE and A Sunny Side Up Life. Deedra gives real life, money and military family advice that anyone can use in their day-to-day.
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As I said previously, this list could go on forever. Recently, a new account on Instagram has been created to highlight BIPOC. You can follow it here: @blackpfcommunity
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