18 The State of American Finances

Resources & Methodology

  1. 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).
  2. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. (April 16, 2015). College Enrollment and Work Activity of 2014 High School Graduates.
  3. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. (August 13, 2014). Employment and Unemployment Among Youth – Summer 2014.
  4. Calonia, J. (September 19, 2014). How Do Your Finances Measure Up to the Average American? Go Banking Rates<.
  5. Consumer Federation of America. (May 13, 2013). Large Minority of Americans Know Little About Credit Scores.
  6. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. (May 5, 2015). CFPB Report Finds 26 Million Consumers Are Credit Invisible.
  7. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. (December 2014). College Credit Card Agreements: Annual report to Congress.
  8. Council for Economic Education. (February 2014). Survey of the States.
  9. DeNavas-Walt, C., Proctor, B., W. (September 2014). Income and Poverty in the United States: 2013. United States Census Bureau.
  10. 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.
  11. Federal Reserve Bank of New York. (August 2014). Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit.
  12. Federal Trade Commission. (February 2015). Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book for January-December 2014.
  13. Fidelity. (August 20, 2014). Time To Break Open The Piggy Bank: Parents Expect Kids to Pay For More Than One-Third Of College Costs.
  14. Student Loan Debt Clock.
  15. Tuition Inflation.
  16. Green, G. and Coder, J. (July 2015). Household Income Trends, May 2015. Sentier Research
  17. Johnson, H. (June 3, 2015). The State of American Credit Card Debt in 2015. The Simple Dollar.

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