Financial Health Pulse

The Financial Health Pulse is a groundbreaking research initiative about financial health in America. Using surveys and transactional data, the Pulse offers ongoing snapshots of how people in America manage their finances, along with actionable insights to improve financial health.

One Year into the Pandemic, Millions of Americans Still Struggling

New data from the Financial Health Pulse shows that millions of people are still struggling financially one year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Black and Latinx Americans, the Financially Vulnerable, people with low-incomes, and those who lost a job are at risk of falling further behind as the rest of the economy recovers.

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Data

Download the Pulse survey data sets and questionnaires. Learn how transactional data is collected and analyzed in the Pulse.

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Supporters

The Pulse relies on generous support from our funders, partners, and advisors who share our commitment to improving financial health.

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News

New Financial Health Pulse Data Shows Millions of Americans Still Financially Struggling Amid Ongoing Pandemic

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PSCU Announces Findings of “How Credit Unions Can Become Financial Health Providers” Study

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This Is Exactly How Financial Stress Affects Your Body

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