Monthly Archives: December 2018

Gen Z, Millennials Are on the Ball About Savings

December 7 — A new survey is upending commonperceptions that younger people can be less focused on saving for the future.


Where Does Your City Rank in Terms of ‘WalletFitness’?

December 6 — With holiday shopping sure to increase America’s already heavy credit card debt (and with New Year’s resolutions right around the corner), personal-finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2018’s Best and Worst Cities for WalletFitness.


U.S. Consumers Demand Choice in How They Pay, but Often Still Choose Cash

December 5 — In a digital-first world, the importance of cash within the payments ecosystem remains strong based on the many unique features of the tried-and-true greenback.


What Are Small Businesses’ Post-Election Priorities?

December 5 — The Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index for the latest quarter asked small business owners what priorities are paramount for the incoming U.S. Congress, including several questions asked following the recent midterm elections.


U.S. FIs May Be Losing Out on Nearly $8B in Investable Assets by Not Properly Engaging Women

November 4 — U.S. financial services firms are missing out on an estimated $782 billion in investable assets that they can realize by strengthening their relationships with women. That’s according to a report, Winning Over Women, recently released by Kantar. The study combines consumer surveys with financial services executive interviews, focus groups and market studies to provide a comprehensive and holistic look at how financial institutions are approaching women today as customers.


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