Seg. 1: Voter Identification Laws | Seg. 2: Your Credit Score
Segment 1: The voter ID laws enacted in 35 states are inefficient and have little to no impact.
Requiring voters to provide identification to cast their ballot remains a contentious issue but the argument may all be for nothing. A new study published by the National Bureau of International Research shows that neither the assertion that minority voters would be disenfranchised or that voter fraud would be reduced has come to pass.
- Vincent Pons, Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School
Segment 2, beginning at 19:18: Credit information is being used for more than just your loan applications.
The frequency with which Americans are using credit has grown. The Smart Money Experts explained how your ability to manage your credit creates a history that potential employers and other agencies may look at to see how reliable you are.
- Sandi Weaver, financial planner at Weaver Financial
- Lucas Bucl, director of Investment Management for Aspyre Wealth Partners
- Barbara McMahon, financial advisor at Innovest Financial Partners in Brookside East