The declining state of employees’ financial health is causing concern for the individuals affected and their respective employers. … Read More
85% of employees are disengaged and not motivated at work. Lack of motivation results in reduced productivity, increased absenteeism, and lackluster team culture. … Read More
59% of employees are more stressed about money than any other life stressor combined. The reasons for this financial stress range from not having enough money in savings and being unable to meet monthly expenses, keep up with debt, or pay for college. … Read More
A Fortune survey of over 27,000 Americans revealed that ⅔ of Americans could not pass a basic financial literacy exam. That’s a scary thought, but why is that the case? … Read More
The average American is expected to spend $920 on holiday gifts in 2019. If you have more than one person in your household buying gifts, this means your holiday expenses can add up quickly if you don’t plan ahead. … Read More
Building a financially successful business is a good goal. Building a company that stands the test of time is a great goal. Building a company that leaves a positive legacy and is a company worth remembering for years to come is an even greater goal. … Read More
Financial wellness programs are becoming a staple in the employee benefit universe, and employers are seeking insight to offer the right program to their employees. … Read More
Despite the fact that the United States is one of the richest countries, we also have the greatest wealth inequality.
Wealth is defined as the net worth of a family which includes things like … Read More
Many employees are living with chronic financial anxiety and struggle. From rapid changes in the workplace due to automation to the increasing burden of student loan debt and the rise in everyday living costs, many American individuals and families feel suffocated by the financial system. … Read More
The biggest regret many people have is that they should have saved more and started saving earlier.
In your younger years, it seems you’ll never have enough money coming in to put some into a savings account. The hard truth: that rarely changes. You’ll always find somewhere the money can be spent. … Read More