The inequality is clear: while only 1 in 19 white Americans has a credit score of 620 or less – a level considered high risk for most lenders — 1 in 5 black Americans does. The reasons for these disparities are complex, but they stem from discriminatory policies dating backRead More →

Monday, April 25, 2022 12 p.m.; State House Library THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF RHODE ISLAND TO HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE WITH RIGOP PRESIDENT SUE CIENKI AND SENATE MINORITY WHIP JESSICA DE LA CRUZ On Monday, April 25, the Republican Party of Rhode Island (RIGOP) will hold a press conference withRead More →

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Its managing director, Paul Smith, knew all this. His parents, a garbage collector and factory worker, had depended on doorstep loans throughout his childhood. “If it hadn’t been for the Provvy, my siblings and I would never have gone to school in decent clothes and couldn’t have made it throughRead More →

Credit cards often make the headlines, but prices are highly regulated, the market is transparent, and competition is fierce. Standard regulations such as Reg E and Reg Z ensure a fair lending environment, and regulators such as the OCC are there to ensure safe and sound loan. However, for thoseRead More →

Learn4Life’s financial skills courses teach teens how to avoid financial pitfalls LOS ANGELES, April 20, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona Says Personal Finance Classes Should Be Mandatory in Our Schools, and He’s Applauded by Schools Like Learn4Life, which has been teaching financial literacy to its high school studentsRead More →