Financial institutions should offer account features and services that empower financial caregivers while protecting older adults who are under their care. These include:
Credit reports and scores should be used as an underwriting tool for consumer loans. They should not be used for other purposes.
Higher education institutions should set tuition and fees to ensure affordability and expand educational opportunities for all.
All financial aid, including grants and federal student loans, should be exhausted before a student is offered an ISA.
Federal student loan providers should defer payments automatically without penalty or interest during declared emergencies.
People who seek to take out or cosign student loans should receive clear information on their responsibility for repaying the loan.
Policies should be in place to avoid unnecessary foreclosures.
Policymakers and the private sector should facilitate the creation of housing options and neighborhoods that encourage and effectively accommodate multiple generations living together.
Policymakers should work in partnership with a diverse range of stakeholders, including consumer groups and the private sector, to ensure that automated vehicles achieve their promise.
Policymakers must ensure that the deployment of autonomous vehicles (AVs) promotes a more equitable transportation system that improves mobility for all.