About Financial Finesse
Financial Finesse was started to answer the question, “What if financial education could be provided free of any conflicts of interest, by an entirely independent firm with no financial products or services to sell? How much better off would employees be if they had access to expert financial coaching to help them improve all aspects of their finances as an additional employee benefit?”
As the nation’s leading provider of unbiased workplace financial wellness programs, we have changed the lives of over 2.4 million employees by partnering with strategic organizations like Nestle, Viacom, Aetna and the NFL PA who understand the value of empowering their employees to take control of their financial future.
Our proprietary behavioral change model provides employees with unlimited access to personalized financial education and guidance through a variety of different channels, including online, mobile, group education and in-person or telephonic one-on-one financial coaching, all designed and delivered by unbiased, in-house CFP® professionals with 10+ years of experience.
Financial Finesse has spent the last 18 years researching and refining our award winning programs to establish best practices that are proven to engage participants, enhance utilization, and provoke the behavior change needed to deliver the ROI our clients seek.
Our approach is to strategically partner with our clients to build a customized program designed specifically around their needs. All programs include ongoing consulting around the program design, development and execution of ongoing targeted marketing plans and customized marketing materials, turnkey implementation, integration of all company benefits, and ongoing reporting and analytics around the efficacy of the program.
As a best in class benefit for companies striving to recruit and retain top tier talent by enhancing the personal and financial lives of their employees, we deliver innovative solutions to help increase the financial security of all employees and minimize their financial stress. Ultimately, these variables cultivate a more productive and engaged workforce, reduce health care costs and absenteeism, increase deferral rates and retirement preparedness, and collectively promote the overall well-being and ROI of your organization as a whole.
Financial Finesse Offerings
- Financial Education
- Financial Coaching
- Corporate Student Loan Programs
- Financial Wellness Programs
- Financial Coaching Tools
Financial Finesse Reviews
Financial Finesse Materials
About Financial Finesse.pdf
2016 ROI Special Report.pdf
Workforce Financial Wellness Assessment.pdf
Workforce Financial Wellness_Best Practices_.pdf
Financial Wellness FAQ_.pdf
Financial Finesse Product Guide – 2017.pdf
Workshop & Webcast Topics – Financial Finesse.pdf
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