In the Balance : Perspectives on Household Balance Sheets
Short essays related to research on understanding and strengthening the balance sheets of American households.
- Shifting Fortunes : Wealth Trends in the Federal Reserve's Survey of Consumer Finances, Issue 1
- Unsteady Progress : Income Trends in the Federal Reserve's Survey of Consumer Finances, Issue 2
- The Nation's Wealth Recovery Since 2009 Conceals Vastly Different Balance-Sheet Realities among America's Families, Issue 3
- Still Digging Out : Real Net Worth per Household Has Rebounded 63 Percent Since Hitting Bottom in Early 2009, Issue 4
- Housing Rebound Broadens the Wealth Recovery But Much More is Needed, Issue 5
- Wealth Recovery Still Not Complete, Remains Uneven Across Families and Locations, Issue 6
- Housing Crash Continues to Overshadow Young Families' Balance Sheets, Issue 7
- Hispanic Population's Share of Wealth Likely to Increase by 2025, Issue 8
- Despite Aggressive Deleveraging, Generation X Remains "Generation Debt", Issue 9
- Five Simple Questions That Reveal Your Financial Health and Wealth, Issue 10
- The Middle Class May Be Under More Pressure Than You Think, Issue 11
- Why Didn't Higher Education Protect Hispanic and Black Wealth?, Issue 12
- The Importance of Wealth is Growing, Issue 13
- The Quarterly Debt Monitor : Trends in Consumer Debt in St. Louis, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis—and Beyond, Issue 14
- Choosing to Fail or Lack of Choice? The Demographics of Loan Delinquency, Issue 15
- College Inadvertently Increases Racial and Ethnic Disparity in Income and Wealth, Issue 16
- Household Wealth is at a Post-WWII High : Should We Celebrate or Worry?, Issue 17
- Cash on Hand Is Critical for Avoiding Hardship, Issue 18
- Parents' Wealth Helps Explain Racial Disparities in Student Loan Debt, Issue 19
- Medicaid Can Increase Saving by Distressed Households
- Bankruptcy Rules and "Medicaid Churn" Affect Saving of Families Planning for Medical Bills
- As Fewer Young Adults Wed, Married Couples' Wealth Surpasses Others'
- Children of College Graduates Earn More and Are Richer
- Renter Households Face Trade-offs When Choosing Amenities or Price
- First-Generation College Graduates Get a Financial Boost, but Don't Catch Up
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. In the Balance : Perspectives on Household Balance Sheets. St. Louis, MO: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 2012-2021. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6274, accessed on April 11, 2021.