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.
The 2017 FinLab Snapshot discusses recent trends in the financial technology landscape based on observations from more than 350 applicants to the Financial Health Network’s Financial Solutions Lab.
Active military members have more consumer debt and lower self-reported credit scores than civilians, but secured credit cards can limit service members’ financial vulnerabilities.
Americans in rural communities are losing access to locally available, affordable financial services and products.
A long history of discrimination and wealth-stripping has caused African Americans, Hispanics, and other people of color to have lower credit scores, less wealth, and less trust in the U.S. financial system than whites.
Secured credit cards can be an effective way to build U.S. credit history and thereby access affordable credit products and fully benefit from inclusion in the U.S. financial system.