From the U.S. Financial Diaries: Learn how and why short-term savings matter, especially for people in the United States who are earning unsteady incomes and facing unforeseen financial challenges.
From the U.S. Financial Diaries: 83 Charts to Describe the Hidden Financial Lives of Working Americans.
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U.S. Financial Diaries Case study: Lauren Walker, 29, is a single mother living with her four-year-old son Riley in a rented townhome in a small town in eastern Mississippi.
U.S. Financial Diaries: The Rodriguez family is a multigenerational household living in a small town near San Jose, California. Maria Rodriguez, 60 years old, lives with her husband Dean, 75; her mother, Regina, 83; and her two sons, Martin, 36, and Daniel, 34.
U.S. Financial Diaries: Rita Douglas, 62, lives in a two-bedroom apartment in a marginal, sometimes dangerous neighborhood near Cincinnati, OH.
U.S. Financial Diaries: Sarah and Sam Johnson are a hardworking Ohio couple struggling to make ends meet despite the fact that they both work in stable, full-time jobs, and several part-time ones.
U.S. Financial Diaries: Ahmed and Shaila Hossain are immigrants from Bangladesh who moved in 2010 to Queens, NY, where there is a large Bangladeshi community.
U.S. Financial Diaries: Mike Smith, a single man in his mid-50s, lives in a two-bedroom, one-bathroom house in Kentucky, in a small town near the Ohio River.