2019 Financial Wellness Year in Review

The state of financial wellness held constant, but the typical employee engaging in a financial wellness benefit is gradually looking younger and more masculine. Improvement in employee financial behavior has been subtle but includes fewer reporting they carry a balance on their credit cards and more indicating they check their credit report at least once a year. The type of engagement—e.g., online, group, individual, or all three—also influences the degree of improvement, with those engaging in all three types garnering the highest levels of improvement. As demand for financial technology coupled with live financial coaching increases, we expect greater improvement in workforce financial wellness for years to come.

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