2017 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey: From the National Foundation for Credit Counseling and Washington-based credit union, BECU, the survey found an increase in Americans’ credit card debt, decreases in the number of people with non-retirement savings and higher levels of concern about long-term financial stability, including retirement savings.
National Financial Capability Study: FINRA’s latest survey underscores the need to ensure all Americans have access to the education, resources and tools they need to manage their money with confidence.
Survey of the States: Every two years, the Council for Economic Education conducts a comprehensive look into the state of K-12 economic and financial education in the United States, collecting data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Better Money Habits Millennial Report: According to Bank of America’s new report, for young Americans, the definition of adulthood has changed: it is less about age and more about financial independence.
2016 Wells Fargo Millennial Study: The 2016 Wells Fargo Millennial Study was designed to gain a deeper understanding of Millennials and the financial challenges they face related to debt, saving and planning for retirement.