Who is Enrich for?

  • Why Enrich?

    • Engage customers with branded financial wellness
    • Educate customers on your products
    • Generate leads / nurture customer relationships
    • Cross-promote your products
    • Measure financial literacy efficacy
Financial
Institutions
  • Why Enrich?

    • Add financial literacy to your wellness programs
    • Educate employees on your benefits
    • Increase employee productivity
    • Reduce employee financial stress
    • Measure financial literacy efficacy
Employers and
Organizations
  • Why Enrich?

    • Add financial literacy to your client services
    • Generate leads / nurture client relationships
    • Reduce clients' financial stress
    • Measure financial literacy efficacy
Financial Advisors

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Best-in-class co-branding

We use your logo and colors to promote financial literacy as an extension of your brand.

Insanely customizable

Turn features on/off and push custom modules and videos to your Enrich site.

On-call financial experts

Certified Educators in Personal Finance® ensure employees get the best advice.

Financial Wellness Resources

Here at Enrich we strive to educate people on the latest news in retirement, healthcare, and personal finance. Through careful analysis of the latest trends & strategies in financial wellness we are able to put together provocative resources.

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A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

Individuals under age 50 have the ability to save up to $18,000 in elective pre-tax deferrals within an employer-sponsored plan, while individuals over age 50 can set aside up to $24,000 each year. Although that may seem like a substantial amount, high ea

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According to research findings by PwC, fewer employees are finding it difficult to meet their financial obligations each month, down from an alarming 49% in 2012 to 33% in the most recent study (2015). Unfortunately, concerns remain constant in terms of g

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While employer-provided financial education programs offer a simple way to reach a large population – a group in need of money management techniques – the availability of programs within organizations is dwindling as other benefits take precedent.

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American households made about $55,000 in 2015, and reported to have spent $63,784. It is no wonder that nearly three quarters of adults agree that they could benefit from advice and answers to their everyday financial questions.

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