More than ever, employers are incorporating auto-enrollment features into workplace retirement plans. Recent reports caution that these features should be paired with a financial wellness program.
According to a recent BAML report, most financial wellness programs don’t appear to be giving participants what they really want. One request is more help with investing.
Workplace financial wellness programs continue to grow in popularity. That’s good news, but according to a recent report, the programs that companies are providing don’t address what participants really want.
Wavelength, a provider of practical financial wellness education, was recently quoted in an article on Redfin about saving for a first time home purchase.
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