The Shawnee Tribe, which is headquartered in Miami, filed a federal lawsuit against U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin last month, alleging the
As you make financial decisions in tough times, it is important to understand how credit works and how your credit report can affect your choices.
As of Sunday, COVID-19 had taken 434 lives on the Navajo Nation, which has an on-reservation population of about 174,000. This translates to a higher
For tenants who live in housing units financed under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Native American loan guarantee programs,
Lifeline consumers can receive up to $25 per month discount (and up to $100 reduction for first-time connection charges) in addition to the standard
Scammers are trying to profit from COVID-19 (coronavirus)-related fears. Their attempts can come in any form: emails, postal mail, text messages,
Please consider adding the National Indian Council on Aging (NICOA) to the charities you support. NICOA is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization founded
Equal Pay Day for all women should be on December 31, but it's not. The average woman must work far into the next year to earn what the average white