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The continued health and economic challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic have benefits sponsors rethinking how a virtual financial wellness program can help their companies cope with these stressful times.

It’s not surprising that most workers in our country remain concerned about their finances. A new survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) found that more than four in five (84%) Americans said the pandemic is causing stress on their personal finances. While that number is down slightly from 88% at the start of the crisis, it shows that financial stress remains stubbornly high for many Americans.

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