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The unbanked are saving for more than a rainy day

by David Brancaccio Feb 7, 2017
Jose Quiñonez, head of the Mission Asset Fund, says hope for an economic turnaround is also helping 'forgotten' Americans survive.
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Advocates for the unbanked worry about the Trump era

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 13, 2017
The Obama Treasury Department made financial inclusion a priority. Will Trump?
Steven Mnuchin walks into Trump Tower on December 12, 2016 in New York City. He is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for treasury secretary.

 
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In Louisiana, kids learn about balancing the books and paying bills

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 2, 2016
Last May, Louisiana made financial literacy a mandatory topic in state public schools.
At the Finance Park, a financial literacy simulation in Baton Rouge, middle school students learn the basics of paying bills and taxes, and how to balance a monthly budget.
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Why would a big bank help startups win its customers?

by Mark Garrison Oct 18, 2016
At Chase, a program aims to back startups creating banking services for the poor.
A Bee salesperson signs up a new customer in Harlem
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More Americans come into the banking system

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 12, 2016
A report from the FDIC shows a decline in the rate of "unbanked" consumers since the recession.
Low-income people are starting to use traditional banks more.
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Bike sharing is increasing, but along income lines

by Marlena Chertock Nov 21, 2014
Bike-sharing programs in New York City and around Washington, D.C. work on expanding their demographic reach.

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by Tracey Samuelson Feb 6, 2013
PayNearMe is one of many companies finding opportunity in services for millions of people who don't have bank accounts.

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