In the post-pandemic ‘new normal’, many Americans are facing significant financial pressures, fueling the demand for actionable budgeting guidance. How are personal finance communities on social media meeting this need? And why are old-school tricks winning over tech-savvy savers?
With many Britons using the pandemic as a time to reassess their finances, they’ve been exploring ways to make their money work harder for them. Crowdcube's accessible interface and easy-to-understand language mean the platform is helping people become confident investors.
Whether they’re trading stocks on Robinhood or buying into Bitcoin, Americans are eager to seize control of their finances in the wake of the pandemic. But what do they expect from businesses in this sector? Canvas8 polled 1,000 Americans and spoke to eight people to find out.
Digital wallets were gaining ground well before COVID-19 struck, but the pandemic accelerated their uptake as people prioritized contactless transactions. As well as offering a more hygienic way to make purchases, how might these tools enable Americans to make the most of their money?
While vaccination efforts have eased health concerns surrounding the 2021 festive season compared to 2020, economic uncertainty remains for many Americans. Canvas8 polled 1,020 people and spoke to eight individuals about their financial situation leading up to the holiday period.