Eight Ways to Measure Financial Health

Financial Education, BBVA EduFin

Abstract

This paper takes a closer look at the eight indicators Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) have identified and ways that providers can help.

These indicators are: (1) Spend less than income (2) Pay bills on time and in full (3) Have sufficient living expenses in liquid savings (4) Have sufficient long-term savings or assets (5) Have a sustainable debt load (6) Have a prime credit score (7) Have appropriate insurance and (8) Plan ahead for expenses.

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Tags

Financial Health

Additional Information

Date published

01/05/2016

Document Type

Working paper

Geographies

Global

Target

Private sector, public sector, regulators, academics

Pages

18

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