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Wealth

Help black people realize their dreams through wealth building opportunities like homeownership, increased savings and investments, and entrepreneurial endeavors.

As a financial institution with unique insight into helping families build assets, Advancing Black Pathways is launching a dedicated program to strengthen the financial wellness of black families, expand access to capital for black-owned small businesses, and support black homeownership. We will expand the Entrepreneurs of Color Fund; provide home lending down payment assistance programs, housing counseling and homeownership grants; and increase access to financial health and wellness tools.

We want to help more black people realize their dreams through homeownership, increased savings and investments, and entrepreneurial endeavors.

Stories

Read stories on how JPMorgan Chase is helping to expand black wealth building opportunities and working to close the wealth gap.

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Leaving a Legacy: Planning Your Estate

JPMorgan Chase and Essence sat down with two financial experts to discuss assets, estate planning and the deeper meaning of legacy.

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Taking Charge: How to Leverage Credit and Debt to Your Advantage

JPMorgan Chase and Essence sat down with media personalities Luvvie Ajayi and Kela Walker, and financial coach Saundra Davis to chat about their credit journeys and share insight for black women charting their own financial paths.

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Well-Oiled Machine

Business owners for 20 years, Alvin and Calvin Waters celebrate the boldness of black entrepreneurship.

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Difficult Conversations Start Now

JPMorgan Chase and Essence are teaming up to help black women overcome financial hurdles.

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A Business Case for Closing America’s Racial Wealth Gap

Making the economy work for more people will benefit the U.S. over the long term.

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The Future of Work: Helping Black Women Face the Challenges of Job Automation

As rapid changes in technology are occurring and the U.S. job market is evolving, JPMorgan Chase and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research explore how automation is impacting employment for women of color and the importance of increasing opportunities to address the gender gap.

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