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Payments 2015
April 21, 2015

John Thompson examines how deep consumer insights will drive future product design and industry innovation.
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BAI Webinar: Retail Banking Outlook 2015 - Part 2
April 21, 2015

Sarah Parker joins BAI's Joe Agostinelli to discuss industry trends and opportunities in financial health.
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PlanPhilly: Can SEPTA Key unlock financial services for the underbanked?
April 8, 2015

Thea Garon weighs in on ways Philadelphia's new transit fare card could impact the financial health of users. 
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The Financial Effects of Household Composition
April 6, 2015

Data from the U.S. Financial Diaries give us an opportunity to zoom in on household composition and how it plays a role in financial well-being. We know that changes in household structure can make a difference in income and poverty level, and early USFD analyses show that it’s not necessarily in ways we might expect.
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InsuranceNewsNet: Personal Saving Reaches Highest Level In 2+ Years
March 31, 2015

Citing data from CFSI's Consumer Financial Health Study, this article explores the implications of recent trends in personal savings. 
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