USA Today – Talking about money can be hard, but not if you’re a financial guru with thousands of loyal fans who walk your money talk. In honor of Black History Month, we asked some personal finance experts to share their experiences and financial lessons, and to reflect on the significance race has on their financial lives and the advice they give their followers.
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