Forget the Pay Raise, Give Me Stability

9 out of 10 people would rather have financial stability than get a raise.1  That’s right!  A recent study from Pew Charitable Trusts discovered that upward mobility isn’t as important as financial stability, for most Americans.  The truth of the matter is that financial stability isn’t about having more money but understanding how best to […] Read More

Member Success Story: Turn Bad Habits Into Best Behaviors

Like 76% of Americans, Ariel was living paycheck to paycheck,1 and she found it harder when transitioning to a single income.  With a broken relationship, student loans, surgery, and the end of a lease, the emotional distress certainly wasn’t helping.  Luckily, Ariel found hope and support through the MSA Financial Wellness program, so she could […] Read More

What do employee retention rates have to do with financial wellness?

Employers who are seeking to improve retention rates need to consider some of the problems causing employee turnover, and money issues are high on the list. When employees struggle with finances, they have trouble focusing at work.  When employees can’t focus, they lose patience, and so do their employers, but employers can break that cycle […] Read More