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Interview: Rachel Schneider

  • Aired: 07/27/2012
  • 04:53
  • Expires: 07/27/2017
  • Rating: NR
Under and unbanked households – those who don’t fully utilize or don’t have access to traditional banking services – spend an estimated $45 billion dollars annually on financial fees and interest. Rachel Schneider studies the financial habits of households like these and talks to Ray Suarez about what can be done to improve the financial lives of low and middle-income consumers.
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Interview with Rachel Schneider, VP at the Center for Financial Services Innovation.
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