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Financial Wellness Programs and Retirement Planning–Some Thoughts

Without question, the decision to remain a workforce participant after reaching that “normal retirement plateau” can produce many benefits, including financial improvement and avoidance of the mental problems associated with leaving the familiarity of a work routine. But there are potential downsides for employers that shoudl be at least considered, as explained in a post on by Steff C. Chalk, Executive Director of The Retirement Advisor University, a collaboration with UCLA Anderson School of Management Executive Education.

Chalk’s article addresses financial wellness programs and their ability to help both employers and employees by reducing financial stress and preparing workers for economic volatility. Check out his remarks here...

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