New York Times article covers SaveYourRefund and the opportunity to save at tax time.
Bankrate discusses how games and gamifcation - including some offerings from Commonwealth - can help boost savings rates.
The News Tribune explores how encouraging people to save works better with prizes, rather than (or in addition to) interest.
US News article features savings products that use the power of prizes to make saving more exciting, such as Save to Win and Prize Savings.
A guest post by Commonwealth in ABA Bank Marketing looks at how a community bank launched its own Prize-Linked Savings product.
CU Today provides an update on the growth of Minnesota's Prize-Linked Savings program, WINcentive.
NPR's Marketplace looks at what Walmart's Prize Savings might do for the financially vulnerable
Commonwealth's Amanda Hahnel spoke at an event about how gamification and video games can help employers contribute towards worker financial wellness, as reported in Forbes.
Forbes notes the potential that Walmart's Prize Savings holds for the future of banking.
A feature article in The Atlantic looks at how Commonwealth, Walmart, and Green Dot use Prize-Linked Savings to trick people into saving money with the Walmart MoneyCard's Prize Savings feature.
An article from Mic lists options for how to use your tax refund, including entering SaveYourRefund.
NerdWallet lists 9 smart ways to spend your refund, including one way to save it: SaveYourRefund.
New York Times talks to Commonwealth about how tax filers can save their refund.
With the help of Commonwealth, Walmart and Green Dot have launched the first national Prize-Linked Savings program, via USA Today.
NPR's Plant Money podcast covered Walmart's new product, Prize Savings, that brings Prize-Linked Savings to people across the country through the company's prepaid debit card.
A Minneapolis Star Tribune article covers the progress and success of WINcentive Savings, Minnesota's Prize-Linked Savings product that launched in January 2016.
A Washington Post article covers the recent research released by the Urban Institute, which we partnered on, showing the positive effects of rules of thumb on credit card debt.
An article in the New York Times reports on research by Commonwealth and the Urban Institute that found that rules of thumb can work to change financial behaviors.
USA Today reports on D2D's work and on how with the help of gamification saving for retirement can be fun.
With Prize-Linked Savings legislation recently passed in Missouri, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports on a spark of interest among credit unions in the state.