The handful of promising financial health efforts outside the U.S. have been isolated, lacking a centralized forum, practices, and priorities – until now. The Financial Health Network joined a Financial Health Working Group, convened by H.M. Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, in her capacity as the U.N. Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA).
Our team executed a deep dive into FinHealth Spend Report data from late 2020 to learn how customers are using overdraft today amidst the pandemic. The results offer fresh answers to some of the key questions regarding overdraft usage.
New all-in-one guide gives HR leaders the power to diagnose needs and identify solutions, plus design engagement and measure impact of their financial health programs
Our findings showed that LGBTQ+ people in America were less financially healthy, more stressed about their finances, and more likely to have experienced food, housing, and healthcare insecurity when compared to their non-LGBTQ+ peers.
What we are seeing emerge in the labor market now is a competition for workers that feels fundamentally different. Those employers who don’t level up or those that pursue a return to a pre-pandemic mode of operation may find themselves on the losing side in the long run.
Despite growing attention on access and eligibility for public coverage or charity care, too many individuals continue to struggle to manage healthcare expenses without difficult trade-offs in life expenses.
As a company focused on serving those consumers who may be shut out of traditional borrowing opportunities, Elevate understands that access to safe, affordable credit is as important as ever in enabling Americans to achieve financial security. Presented by: Elevate
New Pulse Data Shows Stimulus Payments Jump Started Spending But Funds Slowest to Reach Low-Income Individuals
Chicago, IL, May 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Financial Health Network, the nation’s authority on financial health, with support from the Citi Foundation, today released its first Financial Health Pulse Points brief featuring transactional data that highlights the effects of the two federal stimulus payments and tax refunds issued in early 2021 on account […]
Her Majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands Announced as the 2021 Financial Health Visionary Award Recipient
Chicago, IL, May 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Financial Health Network, the leading authority on financial health, today announced that H.M. Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA), will be the recipient of the 2021 Financial Health Visionary Award during the EMERGE Financial Health virtual event […]
One year into the COVID-19 global pandemic, new data from the U.S. Financial Health Pulse shows that Black and Latinx communities are continuing to disproportionately struggle amidst the ongoing public health crisis, and that financial health disparities appear to be widening by race and ethnicity as a result of the ongoing pandemic. Read Article >>
By Matt Bahl, Vice President, Workplace Market Lead, Financial Health Network The pandemic has made it clear that workplace benefits are evolving. As Harvard Business Review recently reported, the vast majority of leaders are planning to expand benefits as a result of the COVID-19. What should your organization be considering? We designed our inaugural EMERGE…
2021 FinHealth Spend Report Shows Financially Coping and Vulnerable Households Spent $255B for Everyday Financial Services
Chicago, IL, April 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Financial Health Network, the nation’s authority on financial health, in partnership with Prudential Financial, today released The FinHealth Spend Report 2021, the evolution of our annual market sizing report showing Financially Coping and Vulnerable households account for 84% of spending on fees and interest for financial […]