Employers have anopportunity to support financial well-being in a time whenemployees need it most. And they can approach it just as they doareas of well-being, like physical, emotional and work. (Photo:Shutterstock)

Government employees just missed their second paycheck, forcingmany families to dip into savings or worse – make impossible choicesbetween childcare, rent, food and other basic needs.

With 40 percent of Americans unable to cover a $400 emergencyexpense, the shutdown is highlighting the lack of financial well-being among even the hardestworking professionals.

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