Suicide Rates & Personal Finances

Suicide rates are increasing within almost every age group, according to a study from the National Center for Health Statistics, and the overall record hasn’t been this high in almost thirty years.  While the reason for the statistical increase is unclear, experts suggest several options, and economic despair and social discord are at the top […] Read More

Why Financial Wellness Should be Your Goal for 2016

With employees’ 2016 resolutions screaming for help with finances, employers should make it a goal to meet the need.  According to Aon Hewitt, 77% of employers will offer solutions by the end of the year.1  Why?  When employers focus on helping their employees complete resolutions, everyone wins. Employees’ Resolutions It’s no surprise that finances are […] Read More

Increased Healthcare Costs Are Affecting Americans’ Financial Habits

50% of employees with health insurance had higher healthcare expenses this past year, according to EBN magazine.1  What’s more is the higher costs are pushing employees to make poor financial decisions that not only prove harmful for their current situation but for their future as well.  With employees’ financial and general well-being in question – […] Read More