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Helping working American families achieve financial stability in their lives is the No. 1 way the credit union movement can show it is truly all about “people helping people.”
According to the Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2014by the Federal Reserve, 47% of Americans cannot cover a $400 emergency expense without selling something or borrowing money, and fully three-fourths of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck.
Many Americans are living lives of unnerving financial uncertainty, often despite having good jobs with higher-than-average income. That’s where the idea of financial wellness comes in. Financial health is not just about how much money you make or how financially literate you are. Financial health is about behavior and a sense of security — how you spend your money and how comfortable you are with your ability to take care of yourself and your family.
Join Chris Howard, vice president of research for Callahan & Associates, and a panel of credit union leaders for a discussion on how to create, and sustain, financial health among members.
Related Resource: Financial Wellness Is A Big Idea For 2016
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