When offered digital financial wellness tools, which workers use them most? Explore how various employee groups engaged with a mobile app rolled out by University Federal Credit Union in Austin, Texas.
This year’s annual FinHealth Spend Report examines how households in America managed their finances and accessed credit during the second year of the pandemic, analyzing year-over-year trends for more than two dozen financial products and services.
In this brief, we leverage findings from a nationally representative survey to better understand the buy now, pay later (BNPL) market, the users who are driving it, and the implications for their financial health.
Consumers spent more money on recreation and eating out during the 2021 holiday season than during the 2020 holiday season, but many remain vulnerable as government relief programs expire and inflation continues. This brief examines the factors that may shape financial health in the early months of 2022.
New Pulse transactional data suggests that child tax credit payments have had a positive financial impact on recipients, particularly those who experienced hardship in the past.
Discover how Americans’ financial health outcomes have changed as COVID-19 continued to create unprecedented disruptions.
In partnership with BECU, the largest credit union in Washington state, this study examines the impact of a new mobile app savings feature, Quick Save, which allows members to spontaneously transfer small amounts to their savings accounts with the swipe of a button.
Stimulus payments and tax refunds caused account inflows to spike 33% in January and 42% in March, according to analysis from our new Pulse Points series.
With this report – an evolution of our Financially Underserved Market Size Study – we shed light on how much households paid for a variety of everyday financial products and services in 2020, through lenses of financial health, income, race, and ethnicity.
How can competitions influence more people to build their savings? SaverLife, a nonprofit focused on helping working families to save and invest in their futures, partnered with the Financial Health Leaders Lab to test several approaches.
Discover key findings from the 2020 U.S. Financial Health Pulse regarding Americans' financial health, including profound disparities across race and ethnicity.