18 The State of American Finances
Resources & Methodology
- Bricker, J., et al. (September 2014). Changes in U.S. Family Finances from 2010 to 2013: Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances. United States Federal Reserve Bulletin, 100(4).
- Bureau of Labor and Statistics. (April 16, 2015). College Enrollment and Work Activity of 2014 High School Graduates.
- Bureau of Labor and Statistics. (August 13, 2014). Employment and Unemployment Among Youth – Summer 2014.
- Calonia, J. (September 19, 2014). How Do Your Finances Measure Up to the Average American? Go Banking Rates<.
- Consumer Federation of America. (May 13, 2013). Large Minority of Americans Know Little About Credit Scores.
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. (May 5, 2015). CFPB Report Finds 26 Million Consumers Are Credit Invisible.
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. (December 2014). College Credit Card Agreements: Annual report to Congress.
- Council for Economic Education. (February 2014). Survey of the States.
- DeNavas-Walt, C., Proctor, B., W. (September 2014). Income and Poverty in the United States: 2013. United States Census Bureau.
- Experian. (September 9, 2014). Experian Analysis Finds Student Loans Increased By 84 Percent Since the Recession; 40 Million Consumers Now Have at Least One Student Loan.
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York. (August 2014). Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit.
- Federal Trade Commission. (February 2015). Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book for January-December 2014.
- Fidelity. (August 20, 2014). Time To Break Open The Piggy Bank: Parents Expect Kids to Pay For More Than One-Third Of College Costs.
- Finaid.org. Student Loan Debt Clock.
- Finaid.org. Tuition Inflation.
- Green, G. and Coder, J. (July 2015). Household Income Trends, May 2015. Sentier Research
- Johnson, H. (June 3, 2015). The State of American Credit Card Debt in 2015. The Simple Dollar.