#FinHealthMatters Day

Social Media Kit

Be a part of the dialogue on April 25

This year, #FinHealthMatters Day is on April 25th and will focus on the future of financial health. Mark your calendars and help us once again bring attention to Americans’ financial health through this social media campaign.

See what people said in 2018 and join the conversation >>

Social Media Kit

Here are some sample social media posts for you and your communications teams. Click here to download #FinHealthMatters Day graphics.

Prior to April 25:

Twitter

45% of Americans do not have enough savings to cover 3 months of living expenses. Join me and @CFSInnovation on #FinHealthMatters Day, April 25, in a conversation about the future of #FinHealth. Make your voice heard.  http://bit.ly/2FDE0XG

LinkedIn

Only 28% of Americans are financially healthy according to the #FinHealthPulse. I’m working towards a future where all people are financially healthy. Join the #FinHealthMatters Day conversation with me and the Center for Financial Services Innovation on April 25 by posting or blogging about why #FinHealthMatters to you. Find out more about #FinHealthMatters Day: http://bit.ly/2FFNPVh

Facebook

36% of Americans are unable to pay all their bills on time according to the #FinHealthPulse. Join me and the Center for Financial Services Innovation on #FinHealthMatters Day, April 25, to discuss the future of financial health. Join the conversation by posting on social media or blogging about the importance of #FinHealth for all. http://bit.ly/2FEzCYx

On April 25:

Twitter

Only 28% of Americans are financially healthy according to the #FinHealthPulse. We’re working towards a future where all people are financially healthy. Join the #FinHealthMatters Day conversation with me and @CFSInnovation. How do you think we can achieve #FinHealth for all?

Today is #FinHealthMatters Day. 36% of Americans are unable to pay all their bills on time. Join the #FinHealthMatters Day conversation with me and @CFSInnovation. How can we build a financially healthy future  for all?

Today is #FinHealthMatters Day! Join the conversation about the future of #FinHealth along with me and @CFSInnovation. We’re exploring how we can work together to achieve #FinHealth for all. Learn more:  http://bit.ly/2FDE0XG

LinkedIn

45% of Americans do not have enough savings to cover three months of living expenses according to the #FinHealthPulse. Today is #FinHealthMatters Day. Join me and the Center for Financial Services Innovation in a conversation about the future of #FinHealth by telling us how you think we can achieve #FinHealth for all. http://bit.ly/2FFNPVh

36% of Americans are unable to pay all their bills on time according to the #FinHealthPulse. We’re committed to working towards a future where everyone is financially healthy. Join the #FinHealthMatters Day conversation with me and the Center for Financial Services Innovation to discuss how we can build a future conducive to #FinHealth for all. http://bit.ly/2FFNPVh

Today is #FinHealthMatters Day! I believe #FinHealthMatters because __________. Join the conversation with me and the Center for Financial Services Innovation. Let us know why #FinHealthMatters to you. http://bit.ly/2FFNPVh

Facebook

Only 28% of Americans are financially healthy according to the #FinHealthPulse. Join the #FinHealthMatters Day conversation with me and  the Center for Financial Services Innovation as we discuss the future of #FinHealth. Tell us why #FinHealthMatters to you! http://bit.ly/2FEzCYx

45% of Americans do not have enough savings to cover three months of living expenses. Join the #FinHealthMatters Day conversation along with the Center for Financial Services Innovation by posting or blogging about why #FinHealthMatters to you. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2FEzCYx

Today is #FinHealthMatters Day! Join the conversation about the future of #FinHealth along with me and the Center for Financial Services Innovation by blogging or posting about why #FinHealthMatters to you. http://bit.ly/2FEzCYx

Check out what people said about why #FinHealthMatters in 2018, and use the hashtag to keep the conversation going year-round!