In today’s edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF draws on the inspiration of “WWJD,” as in “What would Jesus do?” He recognizes that, since it’s Friday, a lot of people have probably been similarly thinking all week- “watch when my money come,” in anticipation of getting paid. He says a prayer for all those people who […]


Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said in a recent speech that African-Americans should demand paychecks and not food stamps. He has also made comments about the NAACP and what members of his party didn't do with the organization!

It's no myth: More couples than ever are relying on two incomes to get by. According to the Families and Work Institute in New York, 79 percent of today's married couples have both people in the work force, up from 66 percent in 1977. But at some point, life happens — you start a family, go back to school or face a layoff — and this new reality may force you and your partner to question whether you're ready to jump off of the dual-earner treadmill.

No matter how much you make, these tips will help your income go further.