After decades of being overlooked by the media, Native Americans are now being cast into the national spotlight for the wrong reason.
African-Americans' use of credit is no different than Whites. What distinguishes African-Americans from others is the fact that what they borrow supersedes significantly what they save.
A recent survey by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage revealed that many Americans are fiscally responsible and believe they understand what it takes to get a mortgage loan. However, answers to survey questions show that Americans can benefit from homebuying education.
Your credit is much like your physical health: the weaker it is, the harder it may be to get fit.
So what builds good credit?
For more than a decade, the Center for Responsible Lending has shared research on the predatory nature of payday loans.
Answer these questions honestly to determine places where you may need to shore up your financial condition.
As more women pursue higher education, become entrepreneurs, and outlive their mates, they will have access to increasing amounts of money to spend, leverage, and invest.
This Special Financial Issue of The Informer is committed to providing information for the primarily African-American readership to get its financial house in order.
Some have argued that the bureau, which supervises banks, credit unions and other fiscal companies while tasked with enforcing consumer financial laws, hasn't done its job in protecting American citizens.
Who is eligible for federal financial aid? Nearly every student is eligible for some form of financial aid, including low-interest Federal Stafford and/or parent PLUS loans, regardless of income or circumstances.
One method often used to achieve financial security is to have your money work for you. I am talking about investing.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters, a ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, has proposed an overhaul of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Friends and colleagues remembered renowned business magnate and philanthropist Comer Joseph Cottrell Jr. as a crafty and pioneering innovator who wouldn't hesitate to assist fellow black businessmen.
It's taken a year for Everett Bellamy, an assistant dean at the Georgetown University Law Center for the past 30 years, to see his dream of operating a global consulting firm come to fruition.