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Rachel Schneider

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Rachel Schneider is senior vice president at the Center for Financial Services Innovation, a nonprofit financial services consultancy focused on unbanked and underbanked consumers. She is the author of The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty.

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The new  House tax reform bill  is supposed to save money for "average" Americans. Speaker Paul Ryan calls the new Republican tax cuts "a windfall for the middle class."

After years of promises, Republicans fill in the blanks

The new House tax reform bill is supposed to save money for "average" Americans. Speaker Paul Ryan calls the new Republican tax cuts "a windfall for the middle class."

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