The Center for Household Financial Stability was launched by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in May 2013 to research and strengthen the balance sheets of struggling American families.
Learn more about how some college-grad homeowners have achieved what some might consider the American Dream, yet feel financially fragile.
A three-part series explores how the returns to a college degree—while still significant for many—are under stress among recent generations of grads.
Find out more from footage of the Center’s biennial research symposium exploring how the payoff to a college education has changed over time.
The second in a new series of Demographics of Wealth essays explores whether people born in the 1980s will meet financial milestones.