What motivates someone to speak to a Financial Advisor? Investment advice is one reason, but it’s not the most common. People look for financial guidance when it’s time to make a big decision, especially for the first time.
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Once the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic is behind us, what will the new working world look like? It's a question that many HR teams have started to ask.
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Stay inside. Wash your hands. Try not to panic about the state of the economy and its impacts on your money.
Keeping remote teams engaged, productive and financially well during this pandemic can feel like a tall order for employers. Even if a steady paycheck is still coming in, employee financial stress sharply increases during times of uncertainty.
In the midst of global panic, employers are doubling down on efforts to protect the wellbeing of their employees.
A tall order, no doubt. COVID-19 doesn’t just pose a threat to your team’s health. It’s also affecting their personal finances in a big way.
LearnLux is proud to announce the expansion our financial wellness program with new content on health insurance, disability insurance, and life insurance.
Let’s bust a common myth about financial advisors. "They’re only for high-earners and millionaires who need investment advice."
The forms with tiny font. The aggravating acronyms. The looming deadline. The math. The threat of pricey penalties and even jail time if you mess up the math.
Tax season has the unique ability to strike fear into the heart of even the most financially confident Americans. If you’ve come to hate April 15th, you’re not alone.
Ready for a not so fun fact? The IRS reports that the average American spends 13 hours and $200 dollars preparing their tax return.
This heavy burden of money and time makes it no surprise that tax season stress spills over into the workplace. Now more than ever, employees are turning to their HR teams for help.
Managing your finances can feel like a confusing puzzle on and off the clock. Most of us want clear cut answers telling us how to spend, save, pay off debt, and handle big decisions.
But money is personal, and the best advice I can offer to one employee doesn’t always apply to everyone’s situation. Even so, employees of all demographics and pay grades are asking the same questions.