Microsavings programs build wealth, pennies at a time

by Ylan Q Mui

An Indian vegetable vendor, an SKS Microfinance loan recipient, manages her stall in a village near the city of Ahmedabad. Microsavings programs are bringing the benefits of thrift even to the poorest of the poor. Photo: Sam Panthaky/AFP/Getty Images

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