About Ernst & Young, LLP
Ernst & Young LLP (together with its affiliate, Ernst & Young U.S. LLP, the “Firm”) is a private limited liability partnership. The Firm is owned by approximately 3,400 US partners and principals and is a member of Ernst & Young Global Ltd., an organization whose locally-owned member firms operate under the “EY” name in approximately 150 countries around the world.
Ernst & Young LLPs EY Personal Finance practice has significant experience in designing and implementing financial wellness programs for diverse organizations and employee groups. Since 1978, we have provided these services for approximately 5 million employees in more than 250 organizations. While the majority are long running programs focused on providing comprehensive financial wellness support to the full employee population, we also provide short term, event driven services (i.e.: benefit choice or change, new hire assistance, severance counseling, relocation assistance, late career support, etc.). We offer these services to a range of diverse organizations – from large multinational corporations in financial services, pharmaceutical, technology and energy industries to nonprofit member service organizations and government entities.
The fundamental mission of our dedicated Personal Finance practice is to help employees develop skills to make informed choices and take action to improve their financial well-being and to help employers communicate to their employees the value of their benefits and compensation plans. At the heart of this mission is our commitment to create in individuals the confidence to take more personal responsibility and to make their own life decisions. We pride ourselves on instilling independence in our clients’ employees. By teaching participants basic decision-making skills, we also strive to improve their ability to transfer these skills to the workplace. Finally, we focus our activities on enabling participants to take specific actions to implement their financial plans.
Through EY Navigate™, we provide a holistically designed range of services that includes a full range of high-touch to high-tech resources where participants can obtain guidance and take action. Our services are unique in the financial education and counseling industry based on our fully objective and comprehensive approach to employee financial education and planning. Our size, broad scope of services, customization and our extensive experience of more than 40 years are differentiators in the market.
Ernst & Young, LLP Offerings
- H&P POINT SOLUTIONS
- Financial Wellness Programs
- Financial Coaching Tools
- Financial Education
- Financial Coaching
- Investment Advisors
- Corporate Student Loan Programs
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Ernst & Young, LLP Materials
EY Navigate slipsheet.pdf
EY Change slipsheet.pdf
EY Personal Finance slipsheet.pdf
EY US_TaxChat Slipsheet.pdf
EY Tax Desk Slipsheet.pdf
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