- ABLE Act: LEAD Center Information
- Consumer Finance Protection Bureau: Consumer Tools
- Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) Website
- Financial Well Being for Individuals with Disabilities during the Pandemic and Beyond: Recorded Webinar
- Race, Ethnicity and Disability: The Financial Impact of Systemic Inequality and Intersectionality LEAD Center Information
- U.S. Department of Labor's Saving Matters Website
- Secure Your Financial Future: A Toolkit for Individuals with Disabilities
- WIOA Requirements and Resources: LEAD Center Information
This webpage explains how the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act can further competitive integrated employment, leading to financial stability for eligible youth and adults with disabilities.
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau offers innovative tools and resources to help consumers make informed financial decisions and build financial skills.
EBSA provides education and assistance to workers covered by workplace retirement, health and other employee benefit plans to help them better understand and exercise their rights under the law and, when possible, to recover any benefits to which they are entitled. EBSA’s education and outreach also helps workers take steps to save for a secure retirement.
This webinar recording reviews the online financial toolkit developed by DOL's EBSA and Office of Disability Employment Policy, which provides job seekers with disabilities and staff in the workforce system with financial literacy tools for the work life cycle: preparing for a job, starting a job, maintaining a job, changing or losing a job and retiring.
This brief shares a historical context for understanding intersectionality and the financial impacts on BIPOC individuals with disabilities, and presents a set of conclusions and recommendations.
Saving Matters has information and resources for employees, small businesses and employers about saving for retirement and tools to get started.
This toolkit guides people with disabilities as they strive to obtain or maintain employment and achieve financial stability in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The toolkit is organized around five stages of the employment lifecycle, with tools and resources addressing common financial concerns during each.
This webpage offers resources with information about federal regulations that support the provision of economic advancement strategies.