Provided by Elevate Credit, this research discusses the trend of decreased household income for prime and non-prime folks alike since the pandemic began. With this trend continuing, this decrease is likely to manifest itself within holiday spending.
Provided by doxo, this research examines consumers' reactions toward the $600 stimulus checks they received from the U.S. federal government in 2020.
Achieving financial health impact doesn’t need to be a journey into the unknown. Learn how the Financial Health Network's FinHealth MAP can help guide your organization.
How can competitions influence more people to build their savings? SaverLife, a nonprofit focused on helping working families to save and invest in their futures, partnered with the Financial Health Leaders Lab to test several approaches.
The Financial Health Network, the nation’s authority on financial health, this week released the “Knowing Better, Doing Better: Building an Effective Financial Health Benefits Strategy” report in partnership with Morgan Stanley at Work, showing 86 per cent say they are aware of their employees’ financial health challenges, with 85 per cent of companies planning to maintain or increase […]
This session reminds us that financial health outcomes are not always equitable. Watch as Members discuss ways to identify, understand, and address financial health inequities.
Consumers need credit innovations now more than ever, given the financial effects of COVID-19. Get inspired as you watch this timed lightning round featuring several Members and partners.
Eight months into the pandemic, financial health has greatly improved for some and rapidly declined for others. Learn how your organization can help promote recovery for those who are struggling.
Watch as our President and CEO, Jennifer Tescher, explains the movement toward financial health for all while answering Member questions on topics such as racial equity and healthcare.
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.
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.