Measuring the financial health of Americans

Despite the vast data collected by our government, we lack an accepted method of assessing financial health. Learn why we must measure not only each household’s annual income but also its annual spending, saving, borrowing, and planning habits to identify communities whose financial health is poor, deteriorating, or failing to keep pace with overall improvements.

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Using Demographic Data to Drive Impact

Watch this on-demand group discussion led by Financial Health Network’s Senior Advisor David Silberman about measuring financial health using demographic information without regulatory standards.

The Future of Financial Health: The Role of Regulation

The Future of Financial Health: The Role of Regulation

In this conversation with FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams and Acting Comptroller of the Currency Brian Brooks we re-examine the role of regulation and explore what changes are needed to ensure Americans’ financial health is sufficiently supported by public policy.