Municipal leaders and their community partners can play important roles in expanding residents’ access to financial services and assisting them in achieving greater financial stability.
The National League of Cities, through its Institute for Youth, Education, and Families is conducting a survey to identify financial stability or financial inclusion efforts taking place in communities around the country.
Financial inclusion refers to access to quality, affordable financial services in a convenient manner and with dignity for the customer. Financial inclusion can also advance or be strengthened by related efforts that empower low-income residents to take advantage of available benefits and tax credits, manage money more effectively and build financial assets to increase their financial stability.
By completing this survey, you will:
Provide valuable information that other city leaders can use to take actions to improve the financial well-being and financial security of families in their communities;
Contribute to a national effort that seeks to identify emerging innovations, local metrics, and promising areas for future investment in the financial inclusion field; and
Help NLC and its partners share emerging insights and promising financial inclusion strategies with national experts and other cities across the nation.