The EARN Research Institute released a new report: “The Art and Science of Saving: EARN’s Research Approach in the Digital Age” – a primer on how behavioral economics informs our innovative savings programs.
EARN co-founded Nonprofit leaders in Financial Technology (nLIFT), a group of organizations increasing financial inclusion through technology. This post from the Aspen Institute, explains why nonprofit organizations like EARN have an essential role to play in developing technologies that ensure all Americans are included in our financial system.
EARN received a $600,000 grant from W.K. Kellogg Foundation to develop a savings solution for low-income workers facing income volatility. Stay tuned for updates on this exciting new project.
Consumer Action featured EARN’s journey towards becoming a leading fintech organization in their monthly newsletter.
Watch this touching video that highlights the value and need for the EARN Starter Savings Program.