By Eric Wilson Senior Associate, Financial Health Network As a data analyst at the Financial Health Network, I spend a lot of time with our U.S. Financial Health Pulse data set, searching for possible drivers of financial health. So, when combing through survey participants’ descriptions of shocks to their household finances, I found a number…
How is the financial health of Americans changing over time? In a year-over-year analysis, the second annual U.S. Financial Health Pulse report reveals that the majority of Americans are still unprepared for financial shocks.
This report shares lessons learned over the past five years of close collaboration and support for fintech solutions big and small. Our hope is that it serves as an invitation to join our efforts to improve the financial health of all Americans.
Millennials and women have unique financial needs. This report sheds light on the needs and preferences of these employees, helping employers develop targeted solutions that can set them apart in a competitive marketplace.
Learn best practices and real-life success stories from the Financial Health Network’s Nonprofit-Fintech Exchange, a marketplace for exploring collaboration and sharing insights on building high-impact partnerships.
In this guide, we include nine indicators of small business financial health with two measurement methods (survey data or observed data), as well as corresponding survey questions and suggested data points.
Employees at mid- to large-sized companies struggle with many aspects of their financial lives, causing them stress and creating spillover effects on job productivity, according to a new survey of 1,000 employees. In this infographic, Financial Health Network reveals key survey findings and opportunities for employers.