Infographics

Save to Win: Michigan 2014

The Michigan Save to Win program completed its sixth year in 2014. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the program year, including: 1) The product was offered in 34 credit unions and there were 10,984 active accounts; 2) 70% of new accountholders were financially vulnerable; 3) 91% …

Save to Win: North Carolina 2014

In 2014, Save to Win entered its second year in North Carolina. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the program year, including: 1) The average account balance at the end of the year was $1,991; 2) 74% of new accountholders were financially vulnerable.

Save to Win: Washington 2014

In 2014, Save to Win entered its second year in Washington. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the program year, including: 1) 88% of new accountholderes were financially vulnerable; 2) 68% of new accountholders had never had a CD before opening a Save to Win account; 3) 80% of acc…

Save to Win: Nebraska 2014

In 2014, Save to Win entered its third year in Nebraska. The program surpassed $3 million in total savings. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the program year, including: 1) The average account balance at the end of the year was $2,131; 2) 78% of new accountholders were financiall…

myRA: a New Savings Product for Financially Vulnerable Americans

According to a survey fielded by D2D, consumers have positive initial reactions to a new savings product, myRA, that has been released by the U.S. Treasury Department. myRA is intended to help first-time and small-dollar savers set aside savings directly from their paychecks. D2D's infographic d…

Save to Win 2009-2013

In 2013 Save to Win, the nation's first large-scale prize-linked savings product, expanded to include credit unions in Washington and North Carolina. It also entered its fifth year in Michigan and second in Nebraska. This brief contains full results and key highlights from Save to Win from 2009-…

Bringing Financial Entertainment to America

Millions of Americans struggle to engage with personal finance concepts, not because they are unimportant, but because doing so feels too tedious and dull to be worth the effort. But it doesn't have to be this way. This infographic looks at Financial Entertainment: an enjoyable way to learn abou…

Save To Win: Michigan 2013

The Michigan Save to Win program completed its fifth year in 2013. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the product as it matures in state, including: 1)The product was offered in 38 credit unions and there were 12,531 active accounts, the collective year-end savings was $33,060,275;…

Save to Win: Washington 2013

Save to Win launched in Washington in April 2013 and finished its first full program year in March 2014. This paper contains key highlights and findings from the product's first year in the state, including: 1) 950 accounts opened in the first year; 2) 61% of surveyed accountholders were non-reg…

Save To Win: North Carolina 2013

Save to Win launched in North Carolina in 2013. The first year results from North Carolina show an impressive 1,859 accounts opened with $2MM in collective total savings. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the program year, including: 1)The average year-end balance of the accounts …

Save to Win: Nebraska 2013

In 2013, Save to Win entered its second year in Nebraska. Across the state, 215,044 consumers had access to the product in 11 credit unions. This brief contains key highlights and findings from the program year, including: 1) 85% of accounts rolled over between account years; 2) 90% of surveyed acco…

Save To Win 2013

In 2013 Save to Win, the nation's first large-scale prize-linked savings product, expanded to include credit unions in Washington and North Carolina. It also entered its fifth year in Michigan and second in Nebraska. This brief contains full results and key highlights from Save to Win in 2013, i…