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The Scorecard assesses the 50 states and the District of Columbia on 92 outcome and policy measures. These measures are grouped into five issue areas: Financial Assets & Income, Businesses & Jobs, Housing & Homeownership, Health Care, and Education. All the data is collected from the latest available data sources and compiled by CFED. For more on the methodology, click here.


Community Investment & Accountability Policies

Are states' efforts to promote financial access and economic development inclusive? Are states' tax and spending decisions fair and transparent?

There are a number of investments and regulatory actions a states can take to ensure that all residents have access to mainstream financial products and services, and that economic development activities are broadly dispersed in the community.  In addition, states can promote judicious expenditures by being transparent about the costs and impacts of their tax expenditure decisions.

Additional Policies

State Support for CDFIs
Tax Expenditure Transparency
Impact Analysis of Tax Law Changes
Community Investment for State-Chartered Banks