“Financial illiteracy is not an issue unique to any one  segment of the population. It affects everyone: men and women, young and old, across all racial and socioeconomic lines. No longer can we stand by and ignore this problem.
The economic future of the United States depends on it.”
President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy

Welcome to FEA - Your first step to financial literacy!

More than half of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.  Millennials more likely than other generations to live paycheck to paycheck. - LendingClub, August 10, 2021

After growing for eight years in a row, the average credit card balance dropped by 14% and $8793from 2019 to 2020, according to data from Experian.  
The average credit card balance is $5,525. - Creditcards.com, September 10, 2021

There were nearly 770,000 personal & business bankruptcies nationwide in 2017. - ABI.org, "December 2017 Bankruptcy Statistics - State and District," January 8, 2018

60 percent of Americans COULD NOT pay an unexpected $1,000 expense, such as a car repair or emergency room visit, from savings. - Bankrate Financial Security Index - January 16, 2019


41% (age 40-49) have less than $50,000 saved for retirement.
37% (age 50-59) have less than $50,000 saved for retirement.
28% (age 60-69) have less than $50,000 saved for retirement.
20% (age 70-79) have less than $50,000 saved for retirement.
Money, January 23, 2020

66% of millennials don’t feel on track when it comes to saving for retirement, mostly due to the burden of housing costs. - TD Ameritrade Survey, 2019

Over 60% of company employees say that 'they have no clue how their 401(k) works.

35% of employees report that issues with personal finances have been a distraction at work. Nearly half (49%) of those who are distracted by their finances at work say that they spend three hours or more at work each week thinking about or dealing with issues related to their personal finances. - PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 2020

 

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