The imposition of fines and fees on people unable to pay has had a disproportionate impact on Black and Latino communities.
Our global review of research into the link between financial crises and mental health highlights three key challenges: stigma, stress and social roles
Taboos around talking about money can prevent people from learning important lessons about using credit and getting into debt.
Global warming plus leverage equals a big mess for companies.
The Fair Shares Project reveals the financial realities of everyday divorce in England and Wales.
Are buy now, pay later services truly a new way to boost financial inclusion, or just another type of predatory loan?
The cost of living crisis is affecting UK households, but there are options to consider if you’re having problems repaying debt such as mortgages and credit cards.
Genuine love holds immeasurable value, yet discovering it can pose challenges — and come with a significant price tag.
Both major political parties have promised to introduce financial literacy to New Zealand’s curriculum. But is school really the best place to teach students about money?
They won’t make you rich but there are simple steps to take to ease the pressure on your finances when you are earning less money than you owe.
Recent interest rate hikes are not just a problem for mortgage borrowers, many companies are suffering too.
The first ‘climate-smart’ sovereign credit rating shows 59 nations will have lower ratings before 2030 without emissions cuts.
The outcomes of increased financial inclusion in Ghana have been mixed
A prenuptial agreement can help millennial couples navigate concerns about student debt in their marriage.
The Supreme Court rejected President Joe Biden’s student loan program that aimed at delivering up to $20,000 of relief per borrower.
A new study by the Retirement Commission has identified the different personality characteristics that influence how we manage our money – you can test your own with their online quiz.
Trends show credit scores are rising, with nearly half of all US consumers boasting ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ numbers.
Ghana’s deal with the IMF is the 17th in its history.
African governments have more influence on China-funded projects than mainstream narratives acknowledge.
Nigeria’s debt profile is disturbing but shouldn’t hinder Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s ability to tackle unemployment and poverty.