Provided by doxo, this research shows how the personal financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are affecting how Americans plan to vote in the 2020 election.
Learn insights gathered through a recent survey of HR decision-makers on their awareness of and investments in employee financial health.
Small businesses need support as they seek to recover financially from the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how our Members are working hard to address their immediate and long-term challenges.
Student loan debt isn’t just a financial problem for consumers. It’s an emotional problem, too. Read the Article >>
The Financial Health Network wrote this response to the CFPB’s decision to rescind the mandatory underwriting requirements of 2017 Payday, Vehicle Title, and Certain High-Cost Installment Loan Rule (Payday Rule).
Hear from Sunrise Banks Chairman and CEO David Reiling as he discusses the Twin Cities-based bank’s efforts to support the urgent needs of its customers during a poignant last few months.
The Financial Health Network wrote this Policy Perspective that draws on our past small-dollar credit work to inform the conversation around recent regulatory actions.
In all likelihood, the federal government will be sending out tens of millions of paper checks in the coming weeks and months to those who qualify for aid under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. Read the Article >>
As the COVID-19 pandemic (commonly called coronavirus) unfolds, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is issuing a number of common-sense recommendations – including one to stay home if you’re sick. Because the disease spreads primarily from person-to-person contact, remaining out of close personal contact with others not only allows the sick person to recover, it […]
The people who can least afford to lose their jobs are the ones who’ll be hit the fastest and the hardest by the coronavirus recession. Read the Article >>
As the novel coronavirus spreads throughout the U.S., banks are adding extra benefits for employees working in branches as well as those pulled away from work to deal with illness and caregiving responsibilities. Read the Article >>
The majority of Americans are struggling financially – and the everyday economic reality is similar for those who live and work in Hawaii. The Hawaii Financial Health Pulse offers an in-depth view of their financial struggles and coping strategies, along with potential solutions to improve financial health across Hawaii and the rest of the country.