Bearing the news about the nation’s financial and physical wellness isn’t always a welcome task. While finances and health may seem unrelated, the two are often closely intertwined, especially in the U.S.’s bustling, free-flowing marketplace where rising health-care costs sometimes take center stage.
Americans of all ages have been missing the mark on their financial care. More than half of Americans have no retirement savings. More than two-thirds of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings. More than a third have no money in their savings. Can Americans salvage their economic statuses? How important is making financial wellness a priority, and what can Americans do to pump vitality into their finances?
The first step to creating financial wellness is knowledge. Knowledge is power, the power to build robust financial health. Some employers, organizations, and communities offer financial wellness programs. If programs are available, sign up. The more you know, the better. The financial world is complex and confusing. Understanding where the opportunities lay and how to make your way through the muddle of money management may give you a distinctive edge.
We hope you find this guide interesting, informative, and encouraging. We make ourselves available as a resource to you and your family to help guide and equip you on your way to financial wellness.
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