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Across the US, rents have gone up by as much as 20%. Here are four reasons why rents are on the rise.
A new patented system developed by Bright that blends data science with personal finance.
Teacher credit unions are as safe as banks, offer the same services and perks with lower fees.
Millennials remain behind in earnings and savings compared to the two preceding generations.
Use teacher discounts, apply for housing aid, budget smart, buy instead of leasing a car and more.
Bright builds more savings automatically, week by week, always following your goals.
Bright Money helps you manage your finances, card debts and makes smart payments for you.
With Bright, you can boost your credit score while paying off your cards.
Fintech innovations has provided more access to underserved communities.
Separate your expenses, use a bank with the right services, and plan for your own taxes and benefits.
Fintech uses technology that improves and automates financial services.
Fintechs keep massive amounts of data extra secure with technology, cloud storage, and regtech.
With the pandemic’s restrictions, more transactions have gone digital.
The convenience & decision-making that makes your Bright Plan really hum is thanks, in part, to AI.
With low or no credit scores, many Black Americans are blocked from buying a home or borrowing money.
Black Americans routinely face higher interest rates and costs on home mortgages.
For Black History Month 2022, the potential for Black small business is huge.
When Black Americans can’t access information about banking, other systemic barriers are amplified.
Wiping your debt can have financial, physical and psychological benefits.
The better your bank knows you, the better service you’ll get.
In banking, AI keeps your transactions safer, moves them faster and easier to access.
Teachers make about 20% less than other professionals, but wage hikes are coming to 15 states.
Financial planning for teachers has its own complexities. Here’s 7 tips every teacher can use.
With interest rates still low, savings accounts are delivering meager results. But we can do better.
Valentine’s Day costs can quickly add up, try spicing up your kitchen, or making something homemade.
Here are some fun facts about the official day of romance and the total spends amounting each year.
5 Bright users from across the U.S. talk about getting debt-free with Bright
Special teacher discounts, crowdfunding and grants are low-cost ways to pay for classroom supplies.
Learn how 4 people across the U.S. are using Bright to get debt-free faster.