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Financial Fragility in the US: Evidence and Implications

Financial Fragility in the US: Evidence and Implications

by George Washington University

This study, funded by a grant from NEFE to George Washington University, analyzes financial fragility measures across two different datasets and gains additional insight from focus groups about people’s capacity to cope with unexpected expenses.

Types(s): Academic Research
Topic(s): Education,Money Management
Year: 2018

APLUS Wave 4: Adult Fiscal Competency: An Analysis of Financial Behavior During the Transition to Adulthood

APLUS Wave 4: Adult Fiscal Competency: An Analysis of Financial Behavior During the Transition to Adulthood

by University of Minnesota

This study, funded by a grant from NEFE to University of Minnesota, examines emerging adult financial behavior as a decision making process leading to adult thriving. This is the fifth installment of the longitudinal Arizona Pathways to Life Success (APLUS) study, which has been following a large, diverse college student sample since 2008.

Types(s): Academic Research
Topic(s): Young Adults
Year: 2018

Parents Supporting Adult Children 2017

Parents Supporting Adult Children 2017

by NEFE

This consumer survey, reissued from a previous release in 2011, looks at ways in which parents are providing financial support to their adult children. The online survey was conducted by Harris Poll® in December 2017.

Types(s): Consumer Poll
Topic(s): Young Adults,Family and Money
Year: 2018

Parents Supporting Adult Children 2017 Survery Summary Summary FindingsParents Supporting Adult Children 2017 Complete Survery Complete Survey

Financial Infidelity 2018 Reissue

Financial Infidelity 2018 Reissue

by NEFE

The National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) has been following financial infidelity for a decade, and the problem continues to be prevalent among couples.

Types(s): Consumer Poll
Topic(s): Marriage and Family,Spending
Year: 2018

Financial Infidelity Complete Survey 2018 Reissue Complete SurveyFinancial Infidelity Survey Summary 2018 Reissue Summary FindingsCelebrate Relationships, But Beware of Financial Infidelity Press Release

Majority of Americans Resolve For Financial Well-Being in 2018

Majority of Americans Resolve For Financial Well-Being in 2018

by NEFE

The latest issue of an annual survey on consumer expectations from the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) finds over two thirds of U.S. adults will set a financial New Year’s resolution for 2018, a consistent indication that many Americans continue to focus on their financial health as much as their physical health.

Types(s): Consumer Poll
Topic(s): Money Management,Goal Setting
Year: 2018

New Year 2018 Summary Summary FindingsNew Year 2018 Complete Survey Complete SurveyMajority of Americans Resolve For Financial Well-Being in 2018 Press Release

Untangling the Determinants of Retirement Savings Balances

Untangling the Determinants of Retirement Savings Balances

by The New School

This study, funded by a grant from NEFE to The New School, determines how life events (such as unemployment spells, disability, marriage, and divorce) impact retirement savings and how these impacts differ by race, sex and income categories.

Types(s): Academic Research
Topic(s): Retirement
Year: 2017

Where Financial Education Has the Greatest Impact

Where Financial Education Has the Greatest Impact

by NEFE and Right About Money

According to a new survey from NEFE in partnership with Right About Money, 74 percent of Americans believe financial instruction in K-12 schools gets the best results in building financial well-being.

Types(s): Consumer Poll
Topic(s): Education,Youth
Year: 2017

Where Financial Education Has the Greatest Impact Summary Findings Summary FindingsWhere Financial Education Has the Greatest Impact Complete Survey Complete Survey Press Release

1 in 3 Say Financial Life is Worse Than They Expect it to Be

1 in 3 Say Financial Life is Worse Than They Expect it to Be

by NEFE

More than two thirds of adults will make a financial New Year’s resolution for 2017, a sign that Americans remain focused on their financial health as much as their physical health.

Types(s): Consumer Poll
Topic(s): Money Management,Goal Setting
Year: 2017

New Year 2017 Survey Summary Summary FindingsNew Year 2017 Survey Complete Complete Survey1 in 3 Say Financial Life is Worse Than They Expect it to Be Press Release

Enhancing Retirement Savings with School-Based Financial Education

Enhancing Retirement Savings with School-Based Financial Education

by George Washington University

This study, funded by a NEFE grant to George Washington University, analyzes findings from the OECD’s 2012 PISA financial literacy data and their implications for the development of sustainable retirement systems.

Types(s): Academic Research
Topic(s): Retirement,Young Adults
Year: 2017

Election Outcome Personal Finance Poll

Election Outcome Personal Finance Poll

by NEFE

A post-election poll of more than 1,000 U.S. adults finds just 27 percent feel their individual/family personal finance situation will be better off under President-Elect Donald Trump.

Types(s): Consumer Poll
Topic(s): Money Management
Year: 2016

Election Outcome Finance Poll Complete SurveyPress Release Press Release

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