New EverFi research has found that responsible financial behaviors among students are on the decline. Over the past four years fewer millennials report responsible financial behaviors, within areas of fiscal planning, budget development, and even paying bills on time.

Our MoneyMatters report showcases findings from a survey of +85,000 first-year college students from across the U.S. on the subject of personal finance. The research details student attitudes and behaviors regarding personal finance topics like banking, savings, credit cards, and school loans.

Download the free report, and learn:

  • Trends in student financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors
  • Key indicators to predict financial outcomes
  • Student backgrounds and how that influences their responses  
  • Detailed recommendations for millennial education programs

Download the Free Guide

Improve Your Millennial Strategy

Download the Guide: How Millennials Think About Money

Examine the financial attitudes and behaviors of +85,000 college students to improve how you engage the next generation of consumers.

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Our mission at EverFi is to drive lasting, large-scale change to the financial capability of learners of all ages.

We help banks and credit unions make transformative impact on the livelihoods of their communities, consumers, and employees through online education, data and services.  

Questions? Email Mike at mlovell@everfi.com, or call 202-871-9292 to speak with a member of our team.

 

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