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Companies know that money stress follows employees to the workplace and to the doctor–decreasing performance and productivity while increasing health care costs. Lack of financial education and debt are the top reasons employees don’t save enough money to secure their wellbeing. Surprisingly, brokers are an employer’s best resource for helping workers become financially healthy.

According to SHRM, about half of U.S. companies are implementing financial wellness programs to help reduce employee financial stress. However, many programs fail because they don’t inspire tangible employee engagement that results in lasting financial change.

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