In a pivotal move that’s bound to shift global climate action into higher gear, banks with more than $47 trillion in assets – or a third of the global industry – adopted new UN-backed “responsible banking” principles to fight global warming and other environmental … [Read more...] about 130 banks have committed to join international efforts in fighting climate change
Around 80 percent of American adults are in debt in some shape or form. Whether it’s student loans, medical bills, car payments, credit cards. or mortgages, to put it bluntly, the nation has some bills to pay. If you’re one of the millions of people currently in debt, there’s a … [Read more...] about How to ease the process of paying off your debt
Where is the best place for you to live, based on salaries and costs of living? Is it a leading tech hub like the Bay Area or Boston, a superstar city like New York, or a less-established “rise of the rest” city like Pittsburgh? A new analysis by Jed Kolko, chief economist at the … [Read more...] about In what city will your paycheck stretch the furthest?
“...paying dividends from wealth we own together is a practical, market-based way to assure the survival of a large middle class." - Peter Barnes By Kristy Jansen The United States of America has faced sky-rocketing income disparity for decades, and this issue has been … [Read more...] about What would a “Basic Income” really do for America?
Cyber game manufacturers are capitalizing on the popular and addictive nature of phone games to help users not only have fun but also master their finances. The three games highlighted here are dominating the personal finance landscape, each with a different approach to helping … [Read more...] about 3 apps that can help you master your finances and make saving a game