Data & Research
This paper reviews how the racial wealth divide makes debt particularly burdensome for low- and moderate-income African American households, as well as how burdensome debt is further exacerbating the divide.
Wealth-Building for the Wealthy Through the Tax Code Continues as Families of Color Fall Further Behind
$729 billion. That’s how much the federal government spent through the tax code last year to help families build wealth....
For people interested in helping low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs build wealth, the annual State of Latino Entrepreneurship report from the...
People with disabilities should have the same opportunity to prosper as people without disabilities. Period.
Canaries in the Coal Mine: Addressing Debt and Past-Due Bills in Low- and Moderate-Income African American Communities
At a November 15 event, In the Red: Debt in Low- and Moderate-Income African American Communities , generously supported by...
Assets provide more than a cushion against hard times. Household savings help to build aspirations and expectations for the future, which in turn powerfully affect high school and college completion.