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Young Hispanic Americans are adding to their student loan debt but not to their savings.
In some counties, the delinquency rate for auto debt is as high as 55 percent for borrowers with a subprime credit score.
Researchers calculating income growth by adjusting for inflation rarely offset increases in income for homeowners.
The existing FICO credit score has been a measure of behavior, not wealth.
Many Americans don’t understand the system that affects their ability to rent an apartment, weather a medical emergency, or qualify for a mortgage.
Having debt in collections can lower credit scores, which can have a long-lasting impact on Americans' livelihoods.
We’re wealthier now than we’ve ever been — but it’s mainly people at the top who are benefiting.
Research shows the size and nuances of disparities in financial well-being among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
The traditional 9-to-5 day at a single employer isn’t a reality for many workers.
The difference between the average wealth of white families and that of African American families has expanded.

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