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$1400 Stimulus Check Impact Report: March 2021

Today we released new doxoINSIGHTS household consumer survey and financial data showing that the latest $1,400 stimulus check will provide only very short term relief for most American households. According to doxo’s recently released 2021 U.S. Bill Pay Market Size…

2021 U.S. Household Bill Pay Market Size & Category Breakout

Today we released our 2021 U.S. Bill Pay Market Size & Category Breakout Report, revealing that Americans spend $2.91 trillion annually – one fifth (20%) of all U.S. consumer spending – across 10 primary bill payment categories. In this report,…

$600 Stimulus Check Impact Report: January 2021

Today we released our latest doxoINSIGHTS survey data that looks at consumer sentiment toward the U.S. government’s $600 stimulus checks. With more than half of all Americans believing that they will receive a stimulus check, the latest doxoINSIGHTS survey shows…

2020 U.S. Household Bill Pay Market Size & Category Breakout

Today we released our latest doxoINSIGHTS report that reveals that Americans spend $2.75 trillion annually – over one fifth (21%) of all U.S. consumer spending – across 11 primary bill payment categories. For the first time, statistical analysis of actual…

doxoINSIGHTS Forecasts COVID-19’s Impact on Consumer Bill Pay Habits

While the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are still very much in the earliest stages, consumer spending behavior is quickly changing as both individuals and businesses adapt to the economic uncertainty in the months to come. Millions of people across…

The 15 cities where Americans pay the most (and least) in utility bills

Residents of Newton, Iowa may have cause for celebration—those in Corpus Christi, Texas, not so much. Average monthly utility expenses in Newton were the lowest out of 900 statistical areas analyzed by doxoINSIGHTS, while those in Corpus Christi were the…

Jingle Bill Rock: doxoINSIGHTS Holiday Bill Pay Trends

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – except maybe for our wallets. According to the National Retail Federation, consumers are planning to spend $1,048 on average this season, 4% more than last year. On top of that, of…
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