Key Finding: Low- to moderate-income (LMI) frontline workers are less likely to be Financially Healthy than non-frontline LMI workers.
Since the last Pulse survey in August 2020, more people are struggling to afford healthcare, which may lead to long-term health consequences beyond those created directly by COVID-19.
Emerging 5G technology is expected to become commonplace. Uncover opportunities to leverage 5G to benefit your organization and your members.
Recent regulatory developments have opened opportunities for lenders – particularly banks – to offer small-dollar credit. Data shows that investing in customers’ financial health results in greater long-term loyalty and profitability. In this brief for financial institutions and other lenders, the Financial Health Network offers a series of recommendations for supporting the short and long-term financial wellness of small-dollar credit customers.
The places where people live, work, play, and worship are tightly tied to their ability to be resilient during unexpected challenges and to seize opportunities over time. This brief highlights the role of place in financial health, as well as the opportunity for place-based solutions to improve the financial lives of residents and communities.
This brief takes a closer look at the homeowners and renters insurance coverage, acquisition channels, knowledge, and claims experience of American consumers, with a particular focus on low- to moderate-income (LMI) consumers.
This brief takes a closer look at the auto insurance coverage, acquisition channels, knowledge, and claims experience of American consumers, with a particular focus on LMI consumers.
This brief takes a closer look at the life insurance coverage, acquisition channels, and knowledge of American consumers, with a particular focus on LMI consumers.
To show how disability insurance can augment financial resilience, this brief examines short- and long-term disability insurance coverage, acquisition channels, and knowledge of American consumers, with a focus on LMI consumers.
In our first 2018 edition of Dispatch from D.C., listen in as Jennifer Tescher, the Financial Health Network President and CEO, interviews Jeanne Hogarth, the Financial Health Network’s recently retired VP of Policy.
A business strategy oriented around consumer financial health offers banks, credit unions, lenders, and other providers an avenue for growth, organizational resilience, and profitability.
In 2017, 22 Financial Health Leaders measured the financial health of their customers, clients, or employees. While methodologies and results varied widely, 5 common themes ran across the entire cohort.