Findings from a gamification pilot conducted by the D2D Fund in Birmingham, AL offers insight into the potential for using gamification concepts to motivate low to moderate income youth to learn financial concepts during summer vacations.
The Center for Financial Services Innovation released a report that explores why consumers would choose small dollar credit products (SDCs).
An article by Lisa J. Servon explores the reasons why many low income people choose check cashers over traditional banking institutions.
In a recent article, the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) highlights the work of Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s Financial Opportunity Centers.
The Center for Financial Services Innovation announced their newest grantees for the Financial Capability Innovation Fund II, awarding a total of $2.5 million for initiatives focused on building financial capability through the integration of technology, social networks, and financial advice into products and services that encourage saving, build credit, and provide financial coaching.