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Top 5 Reasons to Use MSA

The My Secure Advantage Financial Wellness program (MSA) strives to help people improve the one thing that affects practically every part of life – finances. Here are the top five reasons why using MSA can be one of the best decisions you ever make. 1.
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The My Secure Advantage Financial Wellness program (MSA) strives to help people improve the one thing that affects practically every part of life – finances. Here are the top five reasons why using MSA can be one of the best decisions you ever make.

1. Your health depends on it.

One of the top stressors in America is finances, and stress can lead to all kinds of physical and emotional problems: irritability, weight problems, trouble sleeping, depression, and more. Yikes! Try avoiding (or getting rid of) those annoying symptoms of financial stress by working one-on-one with a personal and professional Money Coach through MSA. Your Money Coach can answer questions and offer suggestions, so you can conquer financial challenges.

2. Your job depends on it.

If you’re worried about money, you’re likely distracted at work, less productive, and fight more with coworkers. Talk about a hard day’s work. That’s not good for you or your boss. Through MSA you can worry less about your paycheck and actually enjoy earning it. MSA Money Coaches can talk about how you might make your paycheck work for you: using the correct withholdings, adjusting cash flow to meet monthly expenses, and exploring company benefits.

3. Your relationships depend on it.

Money is one of the top causes of divorce, and many people with financial problems are more likely to fight with their friends and/or see them less. MSA can help you determine how you might achieve and maintain stronger financial stability, so money doesn’t have to get between you and the ones you love.  With your trustworthy Money Coach, you and your significant other can become a team working towards financial goals.

4. Your experience with major life events depends on it.

Buying a home, raising kids, saving enough for the future – major life events take money, and the MSA program can help you feel more confident about having the funds for the job. With an action plan in hand, you can focus more on enjoying life events rather than worrying about financially providing for them. MSA members also get access to timely webinars and hundreds of articles with information about life events and financial habits.

5. Your peers recommend it.

They want you to experience the same success they have with MSA. Here’s one of many examples:

“My coach and her assistant have been wonderful, and have made my world a happier place. No matter the question or situation, they [are] always positive, resourceful, patient, and helpful…. providing me with knowledge, tools, information and insight that is enlightening, sometimes exciting, definitely useful, which has provided peace of mind and is making my future feel more secure, manageable and happier. Confidence in actions. I would recommend [MSA] to everyone. Doing this was the best decision, one I don’t regret.”

The sole focus of the My Secure Advantage Financial Wellness program is to help you decrease financial stress and improve your financial wellness, so you can live a better life. Get started today by calling 888-724-2326.

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