2020 US financial Health Pulse

2020 US financial Health Pulse

Abstract

The 2020 Trends Report explores how financial health in America has changed over the past year against the backdrop of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.

Leveraging nationally representative survey results and new transactional data from the U.S. Financial Health Pulse, we find that more people in America were Financially Healthy as of August 2020 than they were in 2019. Building upon the foundation of a strong pre-pandemic economy, it appears that an array of stimulus policies, debt relief measures, economic shutdowns, and consumer behavior changes have temporarily blunted the worst effects of the economic crisis for many people.

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Tags

COVID-19 Financial Health Financial literacy

Authors

Financial Health Network

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Date published

01/10/2020

Document Type

Research

Geographies

United States

Target

General

Pages

51

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