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The unfinished symphony of accessibility in the financial industry

  • Only 51% of working-age differently-abled people reported they were able to pay all their bills on time, in comparison to 71% of those without any accessibility needs. 
  • Financial health gets more difficult to achieve for those who live at the intersection of multiple identities and how banks can make their financial products more accessible.
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