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Category Archives: Workplace Financial Education
To understand financial education, let’s take a look at how it relates to financial media, sales, and advice since I have some experience with each of them: Continue reading
The only thing I regret now is not finding the financial wellness/financial education industry earlier in my career. Continue reading
The great thing about working as a full-time financial educator is that we can really help people without trying to sell them something that may or may not be in their best interest. Continue reading
Being a financial educator is not easy, but when you see the impact you are having on people’s lives, somehow it makes all of the hard work worth it!
I am now able to share my many years of knowledge and experience with budgeting, investing, real estate, and of course, my passion with taxes to thousands of individuals through individual consultations, webcasts, and on-site workshops, and my days are always fulfilling. Continue reading
In the spirit of promoting a profession that we love, the Resident Financial Planners at Financial Finesse will be writing about our experiences providing workplace financial education. Continue reading
Tweet You can never get too much chocolate and the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) can help feed your sweet tooth when you check out their ACA supply kit, available for next week’s National Employee Benefits Day. Not … Continue reading
Tweet I always like an excuse to plan a party or event, so here’s a good reason to plan something for your workforce during the month of April. Financial Literacy Month actually evolved from Financial Literacy Day, first introduced by … Continue reading