5 life-balancing tips from mom entrepreneurs
Many mothers who lost jobs or quit during the pandemic took the opportunity to turn their dream of running their own business into a reality.
Many mothers who lost jobs or quit during the pandemic took the opportunity to turn their dream of running their own business into a reality.
Wells Fargo is evolving the in-person banking experience to help you meet your financial goals. Here’s how branches are changing across the country.
Wells Fargo researchers are preparing today for tomorrow’s quantum computers through strategic partnerships and industry-leading technology.
Fraud can be hard to spot, but there are some red flags to watch for that can help you avoid becoming a victim of fraud.
Sandy McPeak, senior financial advisor at Wells Fargo Advisors, shares four strategies for putting your tax return to work for you.
After acquiring BrightStores in November 2022 with help from Wells Fargo’s technology banking team, OMG’s growth brings much-needed solutions to the branded merchandise space.
Wells Fargo partners with local nonprofits to help people of color buy homes as part of the company’s $60 million WORTH initiative.
Wells Fargo hosted a financial literacy breakfast with Our Money Matters at the CIAA Tournament in Baltimore last month.
Wells Fargo’s Chintan Mehta shares what he’s hearing at the festival for all things music, technology, and more.
South By Southwest is a hub for what’s next. Wells Fargo leaders are there to share their vision of what’s to come.
Quantum computing is here. Wells Fargo is working with key tech partners to be quantum ready.
Medical Transportation Management president and CEO Alaina Macia is building on her family’s business that connects patients to the health care they need by getting them where they need to go.
Are you in business with the one you love? Learn tips for mixing personal and entrepreneurial pursuits and meet one couple who have gone into business together — and survived to tell the tale.
Veteran Loan Fund is putting $5 million from Wells Fargo to work for veteran small business owners.
Here are 3 questions to start the conversation.
Wells Fargo experts share observations and tips for managing inflation and rising interest rates.
In 1985, a television show you’ve never heard of changed the way we feed our pets. Today, Wells Fargo is helping Joey Herrick revolutionize the pet food industry once again.
Given inflation and a looming recession, what can consumers do this holiday season? Four experts share their tips.
Westrock Coffee CEO and Co-founder Scott Ford offers a fair wage to millions of farmers globally, and training to thousands of smallholder farmers, with support and financing from Wells Fargo.
Warrior Rising, with funding from Wells Fargo, offers veterans mentoring, education, networking, and more as they pursue a path to business ownership.
The owners of Roco 4x4 are proving it’s possible to not just survive, but thrive in a family business.
Financial coaches are creating lasting change in communities across the country from within Wells Fargo branches as part of a collaboration with Operation HOPE.
Minneapolis mom hurdles final homebuying barrier with a hand from a determined mortgage consultant and a closing cost credit.
Hundreds of women entrepreneurs are building powerful peer networks as part of Wells Fargo’s relationship with the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center.
The prices of gasoline, airfare, propane, and food are all up double-digits from 2021.
After feeling the crunch of sky-high rental rates, Buwa Binitie founded Dantes Partners to bring “luxury affordable” housing to Washington, D.C.
Watch as Wells Fargo experts discuss what’s happening in the economy, what this may mean for your portfolio, and how to stay focused on your financial goals.
Wealth advisors share real-world strategies, plus mistakes to avoid, based on new survey data.
Financial fraud and scams targeting older adults are on the rise. Preventing these fraud schemes starts with knowing how they work and what to look out for.
Where We Live helps small businesses take the next step in Washington, D.C.
Launching one of the country’s only woman-owned Indian jewelry stores wasn’t easy. But Priya Vasan knew she could do it.
The Wells Fargo Innovation Challenge invites companies to develop innovative solutions for the next big shift in the financial ecosystem.
Viewpoints: An early-stage entrepreneur has a unique opportunity to set up her business with fair pay and compensation practices from the start in order to build the strong, fair, equitable, and resilient company of her dreams, writes Nicola Corzine, founding executive director of Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center.
Sitting down once a year to complete a financial health checkup can keep you on track. Use these tips to assess your credit score, spending habits, budget, savings plan, and health insurance coverage.
Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund is helping thousands of small business owners navigate the pandemic and plan for the future.
Dr. TaQuina Warren — a pharmacist known as Dr. Tee — fulfilled her dream of opening a pharmacy where she can not only fill prescriptions, but guide others toward better health.
Nika Saunders, a U.S. National Guardsman and mother of three, purchased her first home in Anchorage, Alaska, thanks to support from the Cook Inlet Lending Center and Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo is collaborating with HSBC to optimize settlement of foreign exchange transactions and reduce settlement risk.
Wells Fargo’s Hope, USA is a nationwide initiative investing in beautifying business districts in more than a dozen cities across the country this holiday season.
Imperial Caribbean & Seafood restaurant, which opened during the pandemic, is now a community staple, thanks to the community revitalization efforts of the People’s Emergency Center and Wells Fargo.
A new Wells Fargo survey about teens and money shows that although teens have more life experience than younger children, they still need adult guidance as they learn to manage money.
Hiring shortages, fuel spikes, and supply chain disruptions will make buying the perfect gift difficult this holiday season, Wells Fargo economists report.
After more than a full year, the Open for Business Fund enters its third phase: focusing on grants to nonprofits for sustaining small businesses like LA’s Los Taquero Mucho for the long term.
Romance scams are on the rise, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Here’s how a Wells Fargo team spotted red flags — and how you can, too.
Hope, USA invests in small business revitalization efforts and encourages shoppers to support small and local businesses.
A new Wells Fargo program helps early-career professionals stretch into in-demand, leading-edge roles, while supporting increased use of the customer-centric framework.
Celebrated chef, author, and the Food Network’s first Latina star shares elements of her recipe for success, including how her Mexican culture and heritage are infused in everything she dishes up.
A Phoenix business survives a fire, and the pandemic, with the help of a grant through the Open for Business fund.
Wells Fargo and NeighborhoodLIFT® partner Avenue have committed nearly $15 million to boosting homeownership in Houston.
Showcasing her many talents, Academy Award-winning actress Regina King helps launch a new credit card and spurs the latest action in Wells Fargo’s long-standing commitment to equity.
Learn what technology and the coronavirus pandemic may mean for globalization over the next decade.
Wells Fargo helps Riboli Family Wines ‘always move forward.’
Integrity Staffing Solutions finds the perfect fit of shared values and financial expertise with Wells Fargo to help navigate business challenges, including the pandemic, and place more than 1 million people in jobs.
The new Connect to MoreSM initiative links women business owners to mentoring, networks, and other support, encouraging them to invest in themselves.
New grants supported by Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund offer technical assistance — connecting small businesses to critical resources in some of the communities hardest hit by the pandemic.
Helped by Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund, a small ice cream sandwich business has been able to stay open during the pandemic — and continue to share a sweet family recipe.
Wells Fargo teamed up with personal finance and organizational experts Marsha Barnes and Jen Robin to bring the joy of simplicity to your finances with a wallet edit.
In Wells Fargo’s “About Money” podcast, host Michael Liersch helps families have honest discussions that can have positive impacts on their financial health for generations to come.
Through its Open for Business Fund and the Paycheck Protection Program, Wells Fargo is continuing to support small businesses in Minneapolis with the capital and resources they need to make a way to stay open, day after day.
For National Homeownership Month, a discussion with the head of Wells Fargo Home Lending Kristy Fercho.
Through its Open for Business Fund and participation in the Paycheck Protection Program, Wells Fargo is continuing to support small businesses in Washington, D.C., with the capital and resources they need to make a way to stay open, day after day.
Nonprofits MANNA and Building Bridges Across the River/11th Street Bridge Park are preparing Washington, D.C., residents for homeownership and providing access to affordable homes through the Ward 8 Homebuyers Club, thanks to support from Wells Fargo.
The new SUMA Wealth platform uses culturally relevant financial health entertainment to educate and empower young Latinos.
With preparations well in hand, the head of Wells Fargo’s LIBOR Transition Office says the industrywide shift away from LIBOR should be fairly uneventful.
Viewpoints: It is essential that we all draw on the lessons of the past year and see them as opportunities for advancement in the future, writes Susan Au Allen, national president and CEO of US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation.
Wells Fargo commissioned artists to design commemorative “Open” signs inspired by small businesses the company has supported.
In troubled times for transportation and travel, banking partners helped the storied James River Transportation company keep rolling.
Small business owners like Zhe Scott have received $1,000 grants, technical assistance, and business coaching from the Long Beach Economic Partnership’s Small Business Resiliency Microgrant Program with support from Wells Fargo.
Qumu Corporation, a major player in enterprise video technology, has seen demand soar during the pandemic; Wells Fargo to support efforts for continued growth.
Through its Open for Business Fund and the Paycheck Protection Program, Wells Fargo is continuing to support small businesses in California with the capital and resources they need to make a way to stay open, day after day.
A recently announced collaboration with Duke Energy and NextEra Energy Resources represents another step in Wells Fargo’s goal to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Through its Open for Business Fund and the Paycheck Protection Program, Wells Fargo is continuing to support small businesses in Pennsylvania with the capital and resources they need to make a way to stay open, day after day.
@InspiredBudget creator and former teacher Allison Baggerly shares money moves that may help you emerge from the pandemic in better financial health.
Wells Fargo and Military Warriors Support Foundation help veterans build financial stability with mortgage-free homes and mentorship.
Viewpoints: For people experiencing poverty and facing challenges like eviction, paying for legal services is often difficult without the necessary resources and support, writes Steve Gottlieb, executive director of Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
Small business owners like Roxanne Best have been able to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to low-interest loans from Northwest Native Development Fund and a grant from Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund.
After 30 years of running his company Best Glass, Bob Hittenberger knows that navigating the challenges of business ownership often comes down to who you can count on — and who can count on you.
With Wells Fargo’s help, Carmen Nazario keeps building ELYON International — a multimillion dollar, veteran- and woman-owned IT services company with a global outlook.
The nonprofit MoFi is providing working capital to small businesses through its new Thrive loan program, thanks to a $2.1 million grant from Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund.
Wells Fargo’s support of the Society for Financial Education & Professional Development’s Student Ambassador Program increases career opportunities and financial education for students at historically Black colleges and universities.
During the pandemic, many renters in a financial crunch have received help from housing nonprofits supported by the Wells Fargo Foundation and other philanthropic groups.
A look at how couples are navigating financial, relationship, and family pressures during the pandemic.
From business plan to brewery man — Jose Beteta’s Raíces Brewing Co. is crafting a new take on Latino beer.
JC Lofton Tailors is continuing a family legacy that has been around for almost a century, with the help of a $10,000 grant from Wells Fargo through Local Initiatives Support Corporation.
Millions of customers who use third-party finance apps are embracing Wells Fargo’s data exchange technology to ensure more control and security for their personal banking information.
Wells Fargo is working with minority depository institutions to help financially empower Black communities.
With their upcycled fabric creations, refugee artisans are supporting their families, protecting the environment and public health, and putting a Seattle neighborhood’s revitalization plan into action.
Viewpoints: As housing costs continue to rise, low-income families of color need more access to affordable housing and a pathway to homeownership, writes Donald Gilmore, executive director of Community Housing Development Corporation.
Out of work, hospitalized, and separated from family, Feliton Gauthier was able to get back on his feet financially, with help from a nonprofit housing agency and Wells Fargo.
Through the Open for Business Fund, Wells Fargo is supporting nonprofits that provide needed capital, technical support, and long-term resiliency programs for small businesses.
Major players in the cotton industry pivot to manufacture testing swabs and personal protective equipment, with help from Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo donated nearly $1.3 million for rental assistance relief and financial coaching for low-income renters in Los Angeles and San Francisco affected economically by COVID-19.
With many consumers shifting to online shopping in lieu of visiting stores amid the pandemic, digital financial awareness is more important than ever for safe and successful shopping on the web.
Wells Fargo is encouraging everyone to shop local this holiday season and is deploying more than $50 million from its Open for Business Fund to help small businesses.
Banking support has given Wells Fargo a role in successful Native American and Alaska Native community-building efforts.
Many food suppliers have overcome pandemic challenges as they prepare for Thanksgiving. Consumers can expect to see familiar items on the shelves, but with some price hikes and delivery delays.
Hispanics led the U.S. out of the Great Recession, but may face stronger headwinds in the COVID-19 crisis. Wells Fargo advances its commitment to Hispanic homeownership.
The new navigation feature of Wells Fargo’s mobile banking app simplifies access to the most common transactions for customers — many who became new adopters during the pandemic.
From food truck owners to salsa makers, many culinary entrepreneurs are tapping the commercial kitchens of PREP Atlanta, boosting its expansion plan financed by Wells Fargo.
Over 15 years, a Wells Fargo client serves a growing Spanish-speaking population and broader community through its church and school in Annapolis, Maryland.
City leaders and nonprofits in Portland, Oregon, are boosting Black homeownership through down payment aid and other incentives, supported in part by Wells Fargo’s NeighborhoodLIFT.
Cybersecurity awareness is key to protecting customers from social engineering scams.
In honor of National Good Neighbor Day on Sept. 28, read stories of how Wells Fargo has helped bring neighbors and their communities together.
As its advertising revenue cratered from COVID-19, the publisher of the 169-year-old Mountain Democrat turned to Wells Fargo for help securing a PPP loan.
A Wells Fargo banker helps Latino-owned Los 3 Pollos restaurant group grow a family business in greater Los Angeles.
Six housing innovators received $2.5 million awards to create housing affordability solutions across the U.S.
When classes and programs were halted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Debbie Allen Dance Academy pivoted and is now virtually influencing people from around the world, thanks to a Paycheck Protection Program loan from Wells Fargo.
Amid the agricultural region of Central Valley, Leonor Hipólito and Wells Fargo are teaching children the skills to become small business owners.
Wells Fargo Foundation donates $1.8 million to support housing initiatives led by six CDFIs in the country’s poorest communities.
First-of-its-kind bond sale increases grants to social justice organizations and other nonprofits.
Meet Patrick Jeune, a real estate developer who got his start as an entrepreneur when he was in college, with the help of Wells Fargo.
Bank On-certified by the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Wells Fargo’s new Clear Access BankingSM broadens access to mainstream banking and digital convenience.
Viewpoints: For the 63 million unbanked and underbanked people in the U.S., the cost of living in the financial shadows is tremendous and further compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, writes José A. Quiñonez, founder of Mission Asset Fund.
The crisis of housing affordability in the United States is much more than a problem of demand exceeding supply. The Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge will help close the affordable housing gap by elevating and transforming housing affordability innovations into real solutions. Judges who are experts in the industry will choose top competitors who bring standout affordable housing innovations promising new ways to meet the urgent need for affordable housing in communities across the United States.
Without financing, good ideas to address housing affordability often never get off the ground. Because of a number of complexities, it can sometimes be more expensive to build affordable housing than it is to build market rate properties. In this episode, judges and administrators of the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge discuss problems and opportunities associated with financing.
With land scarcity, zoning challenges, and ever increasing costs, the building of new affordable housing is a complex undertaking. In this episode, judges and administrators of the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge discuss the complexities and opportunities present in the construction of safe, clean, affordable housing, as well as the potential of green building as a factor in affordability solutions.
Helping people sustain safe, affordable housing that they can utilize as a fundamental building block for health and economic well-being is key to closing opportunity gaps and eradicating generations of systemic racial disparity. Resident support services are an area of focus for the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge because they help provide infrastructure for resident well-being and economic mobility, and they contribute to healthy communities. In this episode, judges and administrators of the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge discuss problems and opportunities.
The need for affordable, well-designed homes continues to exceed supply in the United States. Wells Fargo has launched the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge in collaboration with Enterprise Community Partners to close the affordable housing gap by elevating and transforming housing affordability innovations into real solutions. The Challenge will award six grants of more than $2 million each to innovators across the U.S. in the areas of construction, finance, and resident support services to bring their ideas to reality. In this special series, Wells Fargo brings together the Challenge’s judges and administrators — thought leaders from across the industry — to discuss the housing affordability quagmire, the priorities of the competition, and the areas of opportunity for innovation in creating impactful solutions.
With many people taking to the outdoors to explore socially distant tracks and trails, powersports companies are experiencing a surprising sales boom.
After COVID-19 upended life on campus, Stillman College worked quickly to distribute funds to its scattered student population.
Despite the pandemic, Anne Fenkner celebrates completing her final mortgage payment six years early with a COVID-19-compliant parade.
After schools closed and GES International Education’s marquee summer camps shuttered because of COVID-19, owner Jenny Li shifted to an online model to help students “find their genius.”
Wells Fargo is donating approximately $400 million in Paycheck Protection Program processing fees through a new program to support small businesses owned by people who have been hit hardest by COVID-19.
The nonprofit Interise and Wells Fargo are helping small businesses survive during the COVID-19 crisis.
One couple’s story shows the resilience of homebuyers as the housing market adjusts to new ways of buying.
Nonprofits are providing free financial coaching and counseling to help people amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with support from Wells Fargo.
The head of Wells Fargo’s LIBOR Transition Office discusses the status of the industrywide effort to replace one of the most widely used financial benchmarks.
From the COVID-19 pandemic to soaring unemployment, African Americans face a number of challenges to homebuying this year. Cerita Battles of Wells Fargo discusses the commitment to boost African American homeownership amid adversity.
The donation will address needs in communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 by helping small businesses in Washington’s diverse and underserved communities obtain funding and support.
With a Paycheck Protection Program loan from Wells Fargo, the nonprofit Hispanic Scholarship Fund can cover two months of payroll for its 51 employees.
Housing nonprofits like Beyond Housing in St. Louis and LA Family Housing in Los Angeles are continuing to support their clients during the COVID-19 pandemic — while also pivoting their focuses to meet the immediate needs.
Commitments include suspending residential foreclosure sales, waiving fees, and donating $175 million to help communities.
Most young adults say they’re anxious about money. These financial tips and resources could help you lighten the load.