Why does #FinHealthMatter in the workplace? Watch Rob Levy, Vice President, Research and Measurement, take on this question at a particularly challenging time for workers across the world in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
How can workplaces help employees with their financial health during these times? The coronavirus crisis has exposed significant weaknesses in our economy and has left millions of Americans struggling financially. Matt Bahl, Vice President and Head of Workplace, explores how employers can help mitigate negative impacts and improve the financial health of their workers.
How can workplaces help employees with their financial health during these times? Employers are uniquely positioned to support their workers’ financial health, says Beth Brockland, Senior Director. Hear more about why she thinks now is the best time for employers to act.
Sharing a home with grandchildren, parents, or children is a familiar story these days, as more people over 50 find themselves living in multigenerational households. From helping with rent to pitching in with childcare, the benefits can be immeasurable – but having multiple generations under one roof isn’t always easy. This episode takes a step inside the joys and challenges that come with this dynamic living situation.
Pay for your medication or buy dinner? Many older adults living on fixed incomes have to make daily trade-offs like these, even if they’re able to supplement their steady paychecks or Social Security checks. This episode provides a glimpse into life on a fixed income, where constant budgeting doesn’t guarantee you can afford basics like groceries. Explore the realities of life for those who have officially retired and others who are still working and struggling to afford life in their later years.
Chronic healthcare issues are not only challenging for the people diagnosed, but for the loved ones taking care of them. These emotional and financial challenges grow exponentially when medical coverage and healthcare-related debt enter the picture. This episode takes you inside the lives of three families experiencing the challenges of caregiving and attempting to navigate countless financial roadblocks as they plan for an uncertain future.
Financial emergencies following a health scare are becoming increasingly common. Unexpected hospital stays or a sudden illness or injury can wipe out savings, leaving many people unable to afford day-to-day expenses. In some cases, medical issues can force people into early retirement, cutting off potential earnings for years to come. This episode provides a glimpse into life after medical shocks and the difficulties older adults face as they try to bounce back financially.
Once upon a time, retirement meant a paid-off house, a solid financial cushion, and time to relax. This episode explores how older adults approaching retirement today often find themselves unprepared financially and worried about what their future will actually look like. As for those who have already retired, the reality is often starkly different from the retirement they once imagined.
What would older adults tell their younger selves if they could go back in time and do things to make managing their finances easier later on? This episode features touching, endearing, and sage advice from older adults across the U.S.
Learn how three nonprofits are working to address these issues by educating, activating, and empowering the next generation of Black leaders to achieve financial health and build wealth. This event is postponed until further notice. Thank you.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened awareness of the financial hardships millions of Americans now face, the economic impact has been disproportionately felt by some communities more than others. Discover innovative solutions nonprofits are developing and deploying to support the financial recovery of immigrants, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable populations during this time of crisis and beyond.
Employers are increasingly looking at equity compensation programs as a way to promote employee financial wellness. How can equity compensation strategy influence holistic employee financial health in a post-COVID world? Morgan Stanley at Work’s Rodney Bolden and Andrew Lendnal discuss this important topic in an exclusive EMERGE Workplace video.
FinHealth Spend Report 2021 co-author Meghan Greene goes beyond the numbers to shed light on the products that are driving spending and examines the meaningful disparities that impact the lives of millions in this member-exclusive video.
Nearly two-thirds of workers say it’s becoming more difficult to keep up with financial obligations. As government stimulus programs end, how can organizations help those who are financially vulnerable build a stronger financial future? Watch Rob Levy, Vice President, Research and Measurement at the Financial Health Network, and Leston Welsh, Head of Business Segments for Prudential Group Insurance, discuss the latest reports from their respective organizations underscoring key needs and trends at a national level. Plus, learn what these findings emphasize for employers, along with solutions to support financial health for all employees.
Recent analysis from the Financial Health Network found that Oportun installment loans cost significantly less over the life of the loan, compared with other loan products available to similar borrowers for near prime consumers or consumers without a credit score. The Financial Health Network’s proprietary True Cost of a Loan study, which reflects total costs to repay a loan fully, revealed that some competitor products will charge you more in interest and fees than the actual amount borrowed. In comparing those products to Oportun installment loans, Financial Health Network found that others charge an average of 6 times more than Oportun does, and in some cases as much as 24 times more. The True Cost of a Loan considers what goes into various types of loan products and provides ways to understand loan affordability.
The Financial Health Visionary Award recognizes individuals who have shown unparalleled leadership in building a more accessible and inclusive financial system, and who seek to continue to inspire and encourage the next generation of leaders to innovate new solutions for the financially underserved. PayPal President and CEO Dan Schulman was the recipient of the inaugural award in 2018 for his commitment to transforming financial services to make life easier for billions of people around the world via the PayPal platform and network.
The forces of AI and “the economies of unscale” are taking every element of the twentieth-century economy apart and reassembling it in an entirely new way.
Learn about adoption barriers and design recommendations for fintech users ages 50 and over, with insights from AARP Foundation and the Champlain Housing Trust.
In this conversation with Synchrony CEO Margaret Keane, we explore how organizations benefit by investing in a holistic approach to support their workers’ careers, health, money, and lives.
Our expert panel shares insights on the current impact to the workforce and how the pandemic could forever transform the way we work.
Here Omer Ismail, Head of Marcus by Goldman Sachs, share insights on what banking looks like when customers come first, and how his own experiences as an immigrant shaped his perspective.
In this session, we explore the role of an inclusive and tech-powered yet high-touch approach to financial services to stabilize vulnerable communities with Raul Vazquez, CEO of Oportun.
In this session, PadSplit founder Atticus LeBlanc frames the complex challenge of affordable housing; explains how the pandemic has exacerbated an already dire situation for workers in sectors like public service, healthcare, retail, and hospitality; and shares his mission to provide affordable housing, one room at a time.
In this session, learn how for-profit startups and nonprofit innovators are partnering to provide vulnerable communities with greater access to digital tools and new approaches that support financial health.
This presentation shares strategies and solutions for creating a positive long-term trajectory for economically fragile people, families, and communities.
Hear Co-Founder of Esusu Abbey Wemimo’s firsthand observations on systemic racism and how fintech solutions can empower vulnerable communities.
Our panel of senior healthcare leaders explore the latest data on economic disenfranchisement and unequal access to quality healthcare and how healthcare enterprises can, and are, working to address them.
In this session, we talk with employers that recognize the connection between stress over money matters and poor physical and psychological health, explore how they are proactively addressing the link between health and financial health, and reveal the solutions that are most impactful.
In this session, leaders in this movement share insights on the most impactful new technologies and approaches at the intersection of health and financial health.
How will COVID-19, both a public health and a financial health crisis, shape health system policies and partnerships in the future? Join Dr. Choucair for a candid conversation about how to transform healthcare and ensure health equity for all.
Here we discuss with AARP Foundation’s Lisa Marsh Ryerson and JPMorgan Chase’s Alice Rodríguez the unique financial health challenges faced by older Americans and announce the release of a 6-part video series: Financial Lives After 50: Rethinking the Golden Years from the Financial Health Network and AARP Foundation in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase.
In this session, we reflect on the immediate and long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Americans’ financial health and discuss potential solutions.
Prudential’s Lata Reddy shares how the company’s work to foster financial wellness in its home city of Newark, New Jersey, and nationwide can be a blueprint for a new level of resilience.