As America continues to reopen, banks and credit unions have an opportunity to show consumers how to regain their financial footing in an economy walloped by coronavirus closings. Ultimately, helping create financial well-being could mean more than product sales. Read the Article >>
The future of work is here, and it is impacting workers and students in new and surprising ways. One key area experiencing change is around financial health – especially for low- to moderate-income (LMI) individuals – but innovative technology solutions can help.
Many Americans remain in precarious financial shape even as the economy continues to grow, with 7 of 10 saying they struggling with at least one aspect of financial stability, such as paying bills or saving money. Read the Article >>
Sixty percent of households in America have experienced a financial shock in the past 12 months, according to Pew research. Close to 800,000 federal government employees were affected by the Dec 2018 – Jan 2019 government shutdown, forcing them to go without a paycheck for 35 days and giving this statistic a face. In her inaugural […]
Press Release: Financial Services Companies Pursuing Quality, Testing Innovative Small-Dollar Credit Products
New Research Highlights Consumer Preferences for Key Product Features Chicago, IL – (June 3, 2014) – Today, the Financial Health Network announced the creation of the Small-Dollar Credit Test & Learn Working Group. Five leading financial services providers—Regions Bank, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, Kinecta Federal Credit Union, Enova International and Emerge Financial Wellness—are piloting small-dollar credit […]