Why is access to homeownership still so out of reach for consumers of color? Why do so many blacks and Latinos continue to suffer disproportionate denials for mortgage loans?
The prison industry complex is one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States. How are these businesses affecting black American economies?
Millennials in the District looking for work got the chance to attend a hiring fair specifically for them as part of a weeklong series to engage and strategize on how this community will sustain the job market.
After returning billions of dollars in restitution that helped more than 25 million consumers plagued with financial struggles, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was dealt a judicial low blow.
Despite African-Americans' feckless political influence toward making it an issue, reparations discussions are gaining recognition, strength and momentum.
Luis Solis is working to change the plight of farmers in his native Dominican Republic with Caribé Exotic, his new juice startup that sources its tropical fruits directly from tiny farms on the island that would otherwise have no way ...
In a new report, a leading market research firm has found that between 2010 and 2015, the African-American buying power grew from $995 billion to $1.3 trillion.
Financial literacy is imperative when it comes to obtaining many things we want in life, especially those that may require financing.
Many consumers have questions about how credit works and the tangible habits that can help manage it responsibly.
If you dream of owning your own home but don't think you have enough money for a down payment, take another look. You could already have enough, or you might be closer than you think.
When it comes to feelings about finances, working Americans are practically split down the middle, according to a recent study.
Many people get caught up with the idea of making a lot of money to achieve their financial goals. While a high income is appealing, what you do with the money you earn matters the most.
At some point, we are all likely to face financial crisis: an unexpected expense, a layoff, illness or injury. To overcome such a crisis, you must be forward thinking and disciplined in managing your money.
Eight years ago, the world as we knew it began to crumble. Everything we knew to be enduring became fragile, weak and vulnerable. The economic conditions were atrocious, so lest we forget, please review the facts.
An old adage teaches that one man's pain is another's gain. That adage is a truism when it comes to the debt collection industry and the estimated 77 million people who have past-due debts.