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Which Families Are Most Vulnerable to an Income Shock? A Look at Race and Ethnicity

While liquid assets, education and other factors are associated with how economically resilient families may be during a crisis, race and ethnicity are also related.
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The Real State of Family Wealth: Will COVID-19 Worsen Racial, Educational and Generational Gaps in the U.S.?

A new quarterly assessment tracks the pandemic’s impact on wealth trends by demographic groups.
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Identifying the Most Financially Vulnerable Families

Households with less than two months’ income in liquid assets and those with high debt-to-income ratios face the greatest risk of serious delinquency.
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Financial Hardship Following Hurricane Harvey

Financial constraints before the hurricane, homeownership status and the likelihood of having flood insurance altered the financial effects of flooding on families.
On the Economy

The “She-Cession” Persists, Especially for Women of Color

During most of the pandemic, women have experienced higher unemployment rates than men. Women of color have been hit particularly hard.
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Housing Distress in the Time of COVID-19

As of late July, 12.5% of Americans were experiencing housing distress. Which groups are experiencing the most housing distress?
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Wealth Gaps between White, Black and Hispanic Families in 2019

Across education, family structure and generations, gaps persist between the wealth of white families and that of Black and Hispanic families.
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