Parents of Children Between 3 and 21 Years Wanted for Focus Group

Thank you for your interest in participating in the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection focus group on financial well-being.

What is the purpose of this focus group?

The Bureau is interested in helping parents overcome hesitations they might have discussing money topics with their children. This group will focus on parents’ needs for tools and resources that will help them take better control of their money, so they can feel more confident in discussing money topics with their children.

How is the focus group being conducted?

The Bureau has contracted with Information Experts (IE) to host this focus group. An IE employee will meet in person with up to nine parents and caregivers for 90 minutes to discuss their opinions about what financial issues most concern them and what resources they need to address these concerns.

At the completion of the focus group, each participant will receive $50 to compensate them for their time.

What are the criteria to participate?

You must meet all the following criteria to be eligible to participate in the focus group:

  • You must be between 18 and 44 years old.
  • You must have two or more school-age children living with you.
  • Your household annual income must be less than $50,000.
  • One member of your household must be either employed full-time or part-time.
  • You live within 25 miles of Fredericksburg, Va.
If you don’t meet all the criteria, please do not continue.

If you do meet all the criteria, please click on the link below, which will open a new browser window on the Bureau’s website where we would like you to answer ten questions to measure your current financial well-being. You won’t be asked about any personal financial data nor will your answers be saved by the Bureau.

Once you answer the questions and get your financial well-being score, return to this webpage and click on the appropriate button below to submit your contact information.

Do not click on either of the following buttons until you have taken the financial well-being questionnaire.