Journal Article

U.S. Households' Access to and Use of Electronic Banking, 1989-2007

Abstract: Nationwide surveys show that consumers are increasingly embracing technology to make payments and manage their personal finances. However, only about one in two consumers could be considered a heavy user of electronic banking. This article examines changes over time in consumers' access to, adoption of, and attitudes toward various e-banking products and services and looks at several emerging technologies.

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Bibliographic Information

Provider: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)

Part of Series: Federal Reserve Bulletin

Publication Date: 2009-07

Volume: 95

Issue: 7

Pages: pp. A99-A121