Financial Literacy

October 2022

How does financial literacy affect the higher education workforce’s debt levels, savings behavior and overall financial wellness?

June 2022

How financial literacy varies among U.S. adults

Financial literacy is knowledge and understanding that enable sound financial decision making and effective management of personal finances. An individual’s financial well-being depends, at least in part, on his or her financial literacy.

April 2022

How financial literacy varies among U.S. adults

Financial literacy is knowledge and understanding that enable sound financial decision making and effective management of personal finances. An individual’s financial well-being depends, at least in part, on his or her financial literacy.

February 2022

The second wave of the Healthcare Sector Financial Wellness Survey provides an updated analysis of personal finances and financial well-being among full-time employees in hospitals and healthcare systems.

October 2021

Are U.S adults at all ages equipped to meet common financial challenges?

April 2021

The number of older Americans has risen dramatically in recent decades, and they are taking increasing responsibility for managing their accumulated wealth.

April 2021

Financial well-being and literacy in the midst of a pandemic

 

COVID-19 has underlined the importance of possessing financial knowledge and skills—and having a financial cushion to weather the unexpected.

March 2021

Many people have only a vague notion of the concept of longevity risk, which in turn implies they are likely to save too little for retirement and have a low demand for longevity insurance products.

March 2021

What makes a market for annuity contracts successful, and what are the key demand and supply constraints that affect the performance of such a market?