Martha C. White

Martha C. White writes about consumer credit, debt and retail banking for and previously contributed to AOL's She has written about business, finance and the economy for outlets including Slate, the New York Times, and Fast Company. A native of New Jersey and graduate of Princeton University, White resides in upstate New York.

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Will Banks Target the Unbanked Next?

During the recession, the number of people categorized as unbanked — without a checking or savings account — or underbanked — without access to credit — increased. In a new study, consulting firm KPMG suggests that banks can make money from this group, not by bringing them back into the financial mainstream, but by offering them …

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