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Resources to Improve Your Financial Literacy
Question: What resources are available to help me improve my financial literacy? Tony R. from Charlotte, NC Answer: There are a variety of resources available to help you improve your financial literacy, including credit counseling agencies like Money Fit, government agencies like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and nonprofit organizations like the National Endowment for...
How to Assess Your Financial Health
Taking time to routinely evaluate the health of your finances can go a long way toward gaining financial security. In a world where prices of goods are skyrocketing and bills are steadily rising, it’s an important skill to learn how to assess financial health. You should implement scheduled evaluations of your finances, just as you’d...
What is a Financial Wellness Program?

Financial wellness programs are such recent optional additions to many employee benefits packages that even CEOs and executive directors are not sure what they entail. And who can tell the difference between financial literacy, financial capability, and financial wellness programs? If such ridiculous questions keep you up at night, well, besides considering professional counseling, you have come to the right place.

Financial Wellness Programs and Retirement

There is a growing amount of evidence that financial wellness programs offered in the workplace have the power to alter the trajectory of employee lives for the better.

A Rising Financial Tide

The idea of providing a financial wellness program to employees seems to be a recent development, but if you consider that the 401K is also a financial wellness benefit, we can agree that the history of financial wellness programs is older than it appears to be at first glance.

Personal Finances & Employee Productivity

Unfortunately, poor money management often includes poor spending behaviors. It seems that human nature dictates that, as long as there is no plan in place, the more money you earn, the more money you will spend.

7 Signs Your Employee Is About to Ask You for a Loan

Wouldn’t it be helpful if you could know ahead of time when an employee is about to ask you for a paycheck loan so you can be prepared with a well-thought out response?

Payroll Advances and Financial Education Ideas

Experienced HR professionals, CEOs, executive directors and managers know this from experience. Fortunately, most employees know they are expected to leave their personal issues at home and not let them affect their work.

Helping Your Employees with Financial Wellness

Employers typically play an authority figure role in the lives of employees. Such credibility, when used properly, can provide employees with important guidance and help in their lives outside of work.

How to Approach an Employee You Think Is Struggling with Debt

How can you, as an employer, approach employees that you believe are struggling with debt? Let’s look at some of the signs to look for and what options we have in regards to addressing the potential issue.

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