Free Library for Your Lunch Room: Book Suggestions
The lunch room is a great place to help employees learn financial literacy. How so? Simply add a Free Library to it and encourage employees to borrow a book. Here’s a list of a few great books to get started.
On the cusp: Retirement Horizon Employees Want to Know
There will be around 10,000 people turning 65 each day for the next two decades. Those employees on the cusp of retirement may have different questions about retirement than their coworkers. While the questions may be important the framework for approaching them is more crucial.
Reskilling: Your Clients May Need Your Advice On Working With This Trend
Some estimates put the amount of employees who will need retraining in the immediate future at 54%. Your clients may be up to their elbows in figuring out reskilling programs. Here are some key points to learn about the reskilling trend.
Reliable Source: How to Capture Free Marketing Through Media Coverage
Free is almost always good. So how can you use the free marketing of media coverage in newspapers, magazines, blogs, vlogs and podcasts to your advantage without slaving over a bunch of soon to be ignored press releases?
Grammar Mistakes on the Rise: Five Tips to Keep from Similar Disasters
Want to avoid publishing marketing materials with glaring grammar mistakes? Here’s a review of common examples and a few tips.
Four Topics to Tackle in Financial Education for Employees
While everyone else is planning their physical fitness reboot for 2020, employers and HR professionals may be wondering how they can improve employees financial fitness. Here are four ways to tackle financial education for your company in 2020.
Hardship and Leakage: New IRS Rules May Have Employees Asking Tough Questions
It’s terrifying how little Americans have saved for emergencies. Will a relaxing of the hardship withdrawal rules by the IRS help or will it cause more leakage from retirement accounts?
Cultural Competency and Financial Literacy for Employers
How can an employer use the concept of cultural competency to ensure that their financial literacy programs hit the mark? Without cultural competency, an employer’s financial education programs may miss the mark and leave employees out.
Are you really ready to grow? Scaling Your Business for Growth
How can you ready your business for growth? Here are solutions for addressing growth challenges in personnel, regulation and technology.
Diversified Streams of Income and Your Email: Beware!
Multiple streams of income may seem like the American Dream: dollars dancing like sugar plum fairies in your head. To a lawyer, it’s something different: nightmarish compliance scenarios like mice in the nutcracker scattering everywhere.
The New C-Suite: How to Position Your Marketing to Reach the Right Folks
With new titles like Chief Development Officer and Chief Growth Officer, it can be hard to know who to pitch to and who is a must not miss on a marketing invite. Here are a few insights about the newest members of the C-Suite.
You Are Not a Bus: Why Choosing the Right Clients is a Key to Business Success
Choosing the right clients, and how you decide to forgo those that aren’t for you, can ensure business success, even when it seems crazy to turn clients away. Here’s why.
The Retirement Heartbreak Hidden in “OK Boomer”
Dig deeper into the Millennial insult "OK Boomer"and you’ll find that the emotions behind the snark belie legitimate retirement worries of a generation. Here's how financial advisors can use what they see in OK Boomer social media posts to answer those worries with their expertise.
The Impact of Impact Investing
Socially Responsible Investing now tops $30 million in AUM. Is Impact Investing catching up? Read on for details on a new survey in Impact Investing and how this may show a trend.
You Can Use Your HSA for That? Helping Employees Understand How HSAs Work
As open enrollment time for health care plans comes around again, employees may be confused about the role that a HSA can play in both their retirement. In fact they may be surprised at some of ways they can use an HSA.
The Gift That Keeps on Giving: Donating to 529 Plans
Employees can do more than previous generations to make sure the kids in their life can afford college, and that means Aunties and Uncles too. There could even be tax benefits for setting aside extra for the little ones in their lives.
Next at Noon: Planning Your Financial Planning Seminars for 2020
Plan Sponsors who conduct seminars for their employees may want to plan educational programs for the upcoming year on these top worries from their employees. Here are five suggestions.