The FINRA Foundation’s National Financial Capability Study (NFCS) is designed to understand and measure a rich, connected set of perceptions, attitudes, experiences, and behaviors across a large, diverse sample in order to provide a comprehensive analysis.
Financial capability encompasses a combination of knowledge, resources, access, experience, and habits. In 2018, ARC Research and the FINRA Foundation conducted a fourth wave of the NFCS. As with previous waves, the 2018 NFCS has been updated to include new questions on timely, critical topics, while maintaining measures to track comparisons over time.
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