Webinar: The Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2023 – Jun 20

Posted by Fed Communities on May 28, 2024

The Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking is the main survey from the Federal Reserve Board of Governors for tracking the financial circumstances of low- and moderate-income families and potential risks to their financial health. This year’s survey continues to track key topics related to financial outcomes, such as the effects of inflation on household finances, emergency savings, housing, returns to education, and retirement. New topics have been added on food sufficiency, caregiving, employment of those with a previous arrest or conviction, and homeowners insurance.

Federal Reserve Board of Governors researchers will share findings from the survey on trends in financial well-being and answer your questions on the financial conditions among low- and moderate-income populations based on the survey results.

Date and Time: June 20, 2024, 3:00–4:00 PM

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The Federal Reserve’s Connecting Communities webinar series provides timely information on community and economic development issues. For past events and more information about the series, visit Fed Communities.

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