Prudential Releases Study on the African American Financial Experience
Prudential's new study highlights the financial concerns, goals, and dreams of African Americans; analyzes the collective views of influential individuals; and provides a perspective of the community as a whole. It also explores how the financial sector can better support this rapidly emerging middle-class and affluent demographic.
Managing Your Financial Life
According to our new study, the African American community has expressed particular financial interests and challenges, including lowering their debt, saving for the future, and becoming better educated on financial products and services.
We've provided articles and tools to help you address these needs and learn how to gain control of your financial life.
Prudential's new study provides a snapshot of the financial lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Americans. It reveals that this group is by and large a financially robust community that actively contributes to the country's economy.
Our 2012-2013 study reveals that women are more in control of their finances than ever, but are facing challenges with financial decision making.
The Prudential Insurance Company of America, Newark, NJ