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Gradifi, a provider of student loan and college savings employee benefits, will offer EVERFI’s interactive financial wellness content and tools.
Almost all of those with high fragility are prioritizing being able to afford everyday bills, while those with low fragility are prioritizing saving for the future, including for retirement, according to a Society of Actuaries report.
Principal Flash Briefing, the firm’s financial wellness platform, relies on Alexa.
Fifty-two percent of late Boomers say college debt is a major impediment to meeting their financial goals, while 38% of early Millennials and 32% of later Millennials say the same.
Cerulli also sees opportunities for advisers in the 403(b), defined benefit (DB), and financial wellness markets.
This year, the Practice Development column in PLANADVISER print explored various ways retirement plan advisers can expand their practices beyond 401(k)s, with the goals of adding new revenue streams, better serving participants and solidifying client relationships.
The 2018 PLANSPONSOR Defined Contribution Survey finds that 403(b) plan sponsors offer more formal financial education/guidance on a variety of topics than the overall 4,000 defined contribution (DC) plan sponsors surveyed.
Prudential Financial looked at the financial health of Asians, Blacks, caregivers, Latinos, LGBTQ Americans and women.
Findings in a Buck survey demonstrate that a failure to creatively invest in employee wellness can result in many adverse consequences for the success and sustainability of a business.
To make sure employees’ investment are diversified, Marc McDonough, with Schwab Workplace Financial Solutions, suggests employees should be offered a financial wellness program to help them understand a range of financial issues, including how much of their net worth is tied to equity compensation and how to properly balance their overall portfolio.
The majority of respondents to a Cuna Mutual Group survey feel positive about their prospects for upward wealth mobility; on the other hand, a quarter say they have no emergency savings.
Fifty-five percent of Baby Boomers say they would save more for retirement if they could pay off their debt, GOBankingRates found in a survey.
The program rounds up debit card purchases and checking account transactions to the nearest dollar and stores the change in employees’ Cookie Jar savings accounts.
The solution uses new digital technology to help employees assess their individual financial wellness needs.
Debt is getting in the way of saving for retirement, and many want help with investing, preferring to work with an adviser in person, a survey found.
The aim is to meet employees’ growing calls for personalized and holistic financial wellness guidance.
In addition to decreasing savings to retirement plans, one-third of employees say they have used up all or most of their savings or have increased their credit card debt due to health care costs, a survey finds.
Financial wellness programs can leverage employees' financial personalities to decide their approach to financial wellness programs, PwC says.