Across rural America and in the nation’s urban centers, there is a little-known barrier to economic growth and personal prosperity that is preventing millions of people from achieving financial independence and building personal prosperity. Many people are “unbanked” and don’t have a bank account, while others are “underbankedand need toRead More →

University textbooks, resources and reference works are becoming more and more expensive. From 2006 to 2016, the consumer price index for college textbooks rose to 88%according to a report from US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The thought of lugging such bulky purchases in your bag or under your arm onRead More →

Librarians and their legislative allies are pushing e-book publishers to lower prices and loosen licensing terms, an effort that could make it easier for millions of library users to borrow digital versions of increasingly popular books. more popular. Proponents say e-book lending legislation in several states would allow libraries toRead More →

AN URGENT warning has been issued over sick tricksters using fake condolence books for the Queen con Brits in mourning. The criminals are trying to trick unsuspecting royal fans mourning Her Majesty’s death into giving them their personal and financial details. 3 A warning has been issued to customers ofRead More →

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6/6 © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Notes collected from returned library books are displayed in the ‘Found in a Library Book’ collection at the Oakland Public Library in Oakland, California, U.S. August 29, 2022. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino NO RESALE. NO ARCHIVES 2/6 OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) – Photographs, to-do lists, plane tickets andRead More →

James Choi, a professor at Yale University, wanted to teach a different type of course on personal finance. He wanted his program to mix the conclusions of technical economics articles with the takeaways of glitzy bestselling books. Several years ago, he started looking at dozens of popular personal finance titles,Read More →