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CFSI Launches Groundbreaking Survey on US Financial Health

April 3, 2018

CFSI (Center for Financial Services Innovation) with support from Omidyar Network, today announces their investment in The U.S. Financial Health Pulse.

The report is an annual benchmarking survey and data analysis providing insights into the financial health and spending habits of Americans.

“At Omidyar Network, we believe that a deeper understanding of Americans’ barriers to achieving financial health is a vital step in better serving them with the tools they need to thrive,” said Tilman Ehrbeck, partner at Omidyar Network. “The U.S. Financial Health Pulse comes in to fill the existing knowledge gap on this topic at a crucial time, when more than half of Americans are struggling financially.”

Read the full press release here.

 

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