A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

11
Dec

5 Steps to Get Your Employees Ready for Retirement

The first step in creating retirement readiness is communication. However, not all communication about retirement is beneficial. One-size-fits-all messages are typically ignored because they really don’t “fit” anyone at all.

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Employees Working on Holistic Financial Wellness Program Courses
14
Sep

Financial Wellness Programs Promote Well-Being and Increase Employee Productivity

Most American employees have learned hard life lessons about finance, and many of them feel that they could use some guidance. Increasingly, employers are offering financial wellness training as part of their benefits programs.

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Employee Financial Wellness Needs Assessment
21
Aug

How to Survey Your Employees for Your Financial Wellness Program

Nonetheless, not just any financial wellness program will do. Your company must first find out what your employees want and need so that the program you offer can address their concerns. 

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Providing Incentives to Improve Employee Financial Health
17
Jul

Providing Incentives for Your Employee Financial Wellness Program

For a financial wellness program to convince employees to adopt and maintain healthy financial behaviors, employees must internalize these behaviors. Rewards for participation help transition employees from external incentives to internal understanding.

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How Employee Engagement is Vital to Financial Wellness
5
Mar

Why Employee Engagement is Vital to Financial Wellness

Financial wellness works to empower employees and strengthen the employee/company relationship. However, employee engagement with financial wellness is vital to a successful financial wellness education. Why does it matter? Let's find out!

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Measure The Need for Financial Wellness At Work
23
Feb

Measuring the Need for Financial Wellness at Work

Financial wellness benefits are growing in popularity but determining need is not easy. Learn the best ways to measure the need for financial wellness at work; what to look for (before and after) and how to stay on track.

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Raised hands under the words In Lieu of Raises, Send Benefits
13
Apr

In Lieu of Raises, Send Benefits

Hartford Funds releases a comprehensive report detailing the overwhelming need for financial literacy in the workplace. With stress increasing and incomes decreasing the stress of the daily worker is heightened. Financial literacy offers solutions.

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Stressed Baby Boomer
20
Mar

Boom! Goes Retirement

Half the population of the workforce is composed of the Baby Boomers. The median income of a Baby Boomer workplace colleague is around $70,000. They face fluctuating health care and reforms, volatile interest rates, mountainous debt and an evasive endgame

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401K mistakes enrich financial wellness
1
Sep

Four 401k Investing Mistakes to Avoid

Unfortunately, investing missteps are all too common in 401(k) accounts, due in part to a lack of education surrounding how the accounts work and the investment options made available through each plan provider. Investment blunders often lead to dismal...

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retirement plan contributions
17
Aug

3 Reasons to Make After-Tax Contributions to Your Retirement Plan

Individuals under age 50 have the ability to save up to $18,000 in elective pre-tax deferrals within an employer-sponsored plan, while individuals over age 50 can set aside up to $24,000 each year. Although that may seem like a substantial amount, high ea

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