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How Employees in K-12 Schools Benefit From Financial Wellness Programs

Due to the high-stress environment that education can create, low wages, burnout, staff shortages, and lack of respect, teachers are leaving the profession. According to...

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The Your Money Line Team Answers: How do I plan for grad school while working full-time?

The following is an anonymous question submitted to Your Money Line and was answered by one of our highly-trained Financial...

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Focusing on the 401K Will Frustrate Your Employees

Focusing too hard on 401k education can definitely kill your employees' morale, and make them resent you in a roundabout...

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When Financial Wellness Workshops Go Wrong

Financial workshops in the workplace can be awful. In fact, more often than not, they are awful. They’re boring, inefficient...

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Why One-Shot Financial Wellness Programming Doesn’t Work

Financial wellness is a commitment—on the part of both the employer and the employee. When it’s done correctly, financial wellness...

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The End Game Must Be Financial Wellness

Something unfortunate has happened to Financial Wellness in the workplace, even though it's merely an infant in the world of...

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A step-by-step guide to a successful budget meeting

Number of participants: 2-3 Includes: You, your significant other (if applicable), and your budget Time: A 30 minute meeting near the beginning...

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The four-color budgeting technique anyone can do

For as much as people complain about budgeting it’s a miracle we aren’t all up to our necks in debt… oh...

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The difference between whole and term life insurance explained

The seemingly age-old question. Discussed and debated on just about every single financial site, and I’ve managed to avoid the...

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