The Wall Street Journal speaks with Rep. Kilmer and Senator Moran, the Congressmen behind the American Savings Promotion Act, and D2D Fund's Executive Director Tim Flacke about the growth and benefits of prize-linked savings.
According to Time Money, Prize-Linked Savings offers a financially smart alternative to playing the lottery.
Prize-Linked Savings accounts turn saving money into a no-lose lottery, according to an article in Bloomberg.
Financial Entertainment titles Bite Club and Refund Rush are featured in a Jean Chatzky article in Fortune Magazine as examples of promoting financial wellness in the workplace.
As excitement builds around Prize-Linked Savings, a push continues to pass enabling legislation, as reported in American Banker.
Prize-linked savings programs Save to Win, Save Your Refund, and D2D Fund partner Propel's Fund My Future Accounts are featured by the New York Times.
CNN Money's Blake Ellis explains D2D's involvement with prize-linked savings products and how the tax-time savings program SaveYourRefund can benefit low-income families working to build funds.
NPR's Pam Fessler takes an in-depth look at
An opinion piece in the New York Times explores Prize-Linked Savings as a lottery alternative to promote saving.
CNN Money takes an in-depth look at winners of the first large-scale Prize-Linked Savings product in the United States.
Prize-Linked Savings offers the thrill of the lottery without the chance of losing your investment, according to this video from Fox News.
This Wall Street Journal article discusses Bite Club, a Financial Entertainment video game that helps teach about retirement saving.
According to this Bloomberg news article, Prize-Linked Savings accounts offer a chance to win in exchange for saving money.
This Forbes article covers a group of app designers we brought together to compete to make the best financial capability tools.