The Financial Health Network submitted these comments to the CFPB Taskforce on Consumer Financial Law in response to a Request for Information on a broad range of consumer protection issues.
By measuring financial health, businesses can better understand how customers save, spend, borrow, and plan and develop solutions to meet those needs. This report recognizes how our 2019 Financial Health Leaders used measurement to advance their companies’ strategic priorities, providing insights for organizations as they invest in the financial health of their customers, employees, and communities.
Half the country has been personally economically impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and overwhelming numbers of Americans do not think schools, restaurants or sporting events with large crowds should reopen until there is further testing, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. Read the Article >>
The Financial Health Network submitted this statement in response to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s invitation to serve as a panelist at their Symposium on Consumer Access to Financial Records, Section 1033 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Discover insights related to the intersection of consumer transactional data and survey data during this first webinar from the U.S. Financial Health Pulse Webinar Series.
Research finds that families should aim to have at least six weeks of take-home pay saved for emergencies, but about two-thirds of American families fall short. Read the Article >>