Financial Wellness Weekly

Financial Wellness Weekly

Financial Wellness Weekly
by Marcie Carroll – Carroll Consultants, Ltd.

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Monday, Mar. 26, 2018

One Clear Sign You Have a Rotten 401(k)—And What to Do About It
www­.daveramsey­.com – Shared by Culpepper CPA

thumbnail If your 401(k) is a big deal in your retirement savings strategy, you’re not alone. According to the Investment Company Institute (ICI), more than 52 million workers participate in a 401(k) plan. Tha…

Understanding Retirement Plans: The Best Option for You
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thumbnail It may be so far in the future that you haven’t really thought about it, it could be closer than you care to admit, or you could technically be retired right now. It doesn’t matter how old or young y…

Voluntary Benefits Can Be Part of Overall Financial Wellness Strategy
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As more employers consider offering financial wellness programs to employees, they can reframe many types of employee benefits as broader financial wellness help, said Heather Coughlin, the U.S. solu…

Direct Deposit Your Tax Refund Into Retirement Savings
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thumbnail Last year, three out of four tax filers got refunds from the IRS, averaging $2,782, as of 3rd quarter ($2,895 by year-end). Where did all that money go? American taxpayers report using their refunds …

5 Reasons Financial Wellness Benefits are Great Investments | Bright Horizons
blogs­.brighthorizons­.com – Shared by Martin Payne

thumbnail In the pantheon of money worries, there’s only one thing worse than being in debt. That would be not knowing how far in debt you are. It’s the reason one Slate writer says she cozies up every night i…

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