National Savings Trends


Redesigning the Financial Roadmap for the LMI 50+ Segment

Redesigning the Financial Roadmap for the LMI 50+ Segment

Even LMI 50+ individuals who report that they have enough savings to cover six months of expenses say they’d be living on very modest incomes in the event of an emergency. Read more about how the Saving Shortfall impacts this cohort.

U.S. Financial Health Pulse: 2018 Baseline Survey Results

U.S. Financial Health Pulse: 2018 Baseline Survey Results

45% of Americans say they do not have enough savings to cover at least three months of living expenses. Read more about the challenges people living in America are facing in the U.S. Financial Health Pulse.

Preparing for Tomorrow by Fixing Today

Preparing for Tomorrow by Fixing Today

27% of Americans report having less than $1,000 saved for retirement and 50% are at risk of not having enough to maintain their living standards in retirement. Read how we can prepare for tomorrow by fixing today.

U.S. Financial Diaries: Emergency Savings

U.S. Financial Diaries: Emergency Savings

Households are reaching just 23% of their emergency savings goals and are not closing the gap, even as their income increases. Read more about the acute need for short-term savings.

Saving for Sooner

Saving for Sooner

Research from the U.S. Financial Diaries project shows that many working families do save. But they save for the short-term, not the long-term. Take a deeper look at the financial lives of Americans.