Our findings showed that LGBTQ+ people in America were less financially healthy, more stressed about their finances, and more likely to have experienced food, housing, and healthcare insecurity when compared to their non-LGBTQ+ peers.
Webinar: Health-Wealth Connections: The Impact of Medical Shocks and Family Caregiving on Older Adults
Now more than ever, older adults are at greater risk of medical emergencies. Yet many are also caretakers for family members – making them even more susceptible to medical financial shocks.
For older adults living on fixed incomes, constant budgeting often isn’t enough to afford basic essentials – forcing them to make tradeoffs that are even more acute in the wake of COVID-19.
Even before COVID-19, millions of Americans were struggling financially, with more than half the population classified as Financially Coping. As job losses mount, savings are spent down, household debt grows, and investments shrink during the pandemic, Americans need financial support more than ever. This new research sheds light on how providers can support the saving and investing behaviors of Financially Coping consumers, ultimately improving both their immediate and long-term financial health.
Provided by TransUnion, this research examines the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic, providing essential and timely insights into how consumers have fared.
The “new normal” emerging from the chaos of the COVID-19 crisis has the potential to change billions of lives for the better, but it will take some radical new thinking and killing off more than a few sacred cows.
Our panel of senior healthcare leaders explore the latest data on economic disenfranchisement and unequal access to quality healthcare and how healthcare enterprises can, and are, working to address them.
Hear Co-Founder of Esusu Abbey Wemimo’s firsthand observations on systemic racism and how fintech solutions can empower vulnerable communities.
Provided by Principal Foundation, this research reveals findings about the financial struggles of people ages 15-36 living in the United States, with a focus on low- to moderate-income individuals.
Discover opportunities to develop innovative, high-quality solutions to improve financial health for financially underserved consumers in the United States.