Whether employees are looking for one-on-one budget coaching, help with specific debt concerns, guidance with mortgage, vehicle or student loan decisions, they will receive unbiased, courteous care from our team. Financial coaching is free of charge to all FinFit members.
One in four employees rank a financial wellness benefit with access to unbiased counselors as the most desired employer benefit.
Trying times like COVID-19 crisis make it even more difficult for employees to develop a solid financial plan. They’re stressed, financially strapped and focused on how they’re going to make it through the week. It can be daunting to think rationally and make level-headed financial decisions.
Certified financial counselors provide one-on-one expert guidance and recommendations to employees going through major life transitions. They can help employees reassess their budget, evaluate and prioritize expenses, answer questions about job loss or how to handle specific debt concerns. Without resources and access to professional guidance that can guide employees toward sound financial decisions, the next financial challenge they’re faced with may send them into a downward spiral.
Having the appropriate knowledge and support to handle financial challenges is as important as having accessible financial solutions and means.
How do I develop a workable spending plan?
What do I do when my pay’s been cut?
Why can’t I seem to make ends meet anymore?
How do I live on my reduced / disability income?
When will I be able to retire?
How shall I get on my feet after divorce / death of spouse?
What if I can’t manage my credit cards any more?
Can I develop a plan to get out of debt and save for a home?
How can I avoid foreclosure?
Why do I keep getting back into debt?
Are there other options for me beside bankruptcy?
How much should I save for emergencies, retirement, college?
How do I choose an investment advisor I can trust?
What can 401k, IRA, Roth, Pensions do for me?
Is there financial aid out there for college costs?
How do I manage my parents financial affairs?
Where can I go to get a credit report and improve my score?
What should I do if I’m a victim of identity theft?
How do I address collection / tax notices?