Provided by Elevate Credit, this research discusses the trend of decreased household income for prime and non-prime folks alike since the pandemic began. With this trend continuing, this decrease is likely to manifest itself within holiday spending.
Provided by doxo, this research reveals that Americans spend $2.75 trillion annually – over one fifth (21%) of all U.S. consumer spending – across 11 primary bill payment categories.
Provided by doxo, this research examines consumers' reactions toward the $600 stimulus checks they received from the U.S. federal government in 2020.
In this research, Plaid examines how consumers use fintech, how they feel about it, how it impacts their lives, and how all these sentiments vary across demographic groups.
Provided by doxo, this research shows how the personal financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are affecting how Americans plan to vote in the 2020 election.
Provided by Franklin Madison, this research delves into the reasons that many Americans forgo life insurance despite buying insurance policies for their homes and automobiles.
Provided by Branch, this research reveals how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the priorities and concerns for workers in sectors such as food service, retail, and healthcare.
Provided by NeighborWorks America, this research examines the most common reasons for loss of rental housing and identifies which resources vulnerable renters need to achieve housing stability.
Provided by TransUnion, this research examines the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic, providing essential and timely insights into how consumers have fared.
Provided by CRF USA, this research introduces the Connect2Capital community, designed to level the playing field for small business owners seeking capital from a responsible lender.
Inside the Wallets of Working Americans: The 2nd Annual Salary Finance Report on Employee Financial Stress
Provided by Salary Finance, this research delves into the impact that financial stress has on American workers and how that stress affects their daily productivity in the workplace.
Provided by MassMutual, this research identifies the percentage of employers who say that their workers are struggling financially and looks at the correlation between employer size and employee financial wellness issues.