Monthly Archives: February 2017

TRADITIONAL BANKING IS FOR THE RICH (AS REPORTED BY GILLIAN B. WHITE ON WWW.THEATLANTIC.COM)

Often, when we hear about the problems of access in today’s banking system, we are hearing about developing nations, rural lands without proper infrastructure and technology to support modern banking. But we ignore the fact that for many Americans, the changes in the banking system have been enough to leave them out in the cold […]

DEBT COLLECTION EFFORTS SOMETIMES BREAK THE LAW (AS REPORTED BY KELLI B. GRANT ON WWW.CNBC.COM)

Many Americans at one point or another will go into debt. It’s a slippery slope and some are unable to dig themselves out of debt quickly enough to avoid the eventual harassing calls from debt collectors. In fact, as many as one third of all consumers have received one of these calls in the last twelve […]

MAKING MONEY HABITS STICK (AS REPORTED BY JULIA CHANG ON WWW.LEARNVEST.COM)

We all know we can do more to improve our finances. There are new habits we can implement. The hard part is not in identifying what to do, it’s in sticking with those new habits so that they will have the kind of positive impact they are meant to. There are several ways that you […]