The Foundation serves as a repository for data describing the financial capability of American households. It interprets this data and enables research to help decision-makers and practitioners advance financial well-being in communities nationwide. The Foundation also has an active research agenda focusing on financial fraud in America, and it sponsors a variety of studies to help us understand what works when it comes to financial education and protection.
Researchers are invited to submit recent, original research proposals or works-in-progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the capital markets. Learn More >>