The final few months of 2016 are sure to be filled with many big developments for our country. While the obvious one is the upcoming presidential election, there are plenty of other chances for change on the horizon. The Federal Reserve will meet two more times before the year's end to discuss whether the economy is capable of absorbing an increase in the federal funds rate.
When tailoring services to a younger audience, many people might think about millennials and their unique preferences. But it's important to look at the next generation of consumers as well.
Getting that first credit card can be a liberating experience. For just a small piece of plastic that conveniently fits inside your wallet, it can hold a lot of power. However, limited credit data or poor credit scores prevent many Americans from obtaining their own card.
Creating and sticking to a budget isn't on many people's list of favorite tasks. Neither is paying bills or saving for the future. In fact, a study from Harris Poll for Fiserv recently found that 60 percent of respondents thought of financial management tasks such as these as more of a "must do" than a "want to."