Until now, employers have taken a narrow view of finances, focusing primarily on retirement. That may be why many employers are not sure about what financial wellness is. In this paper, we look at the advantages of financial wellness programs for both advisors and employers and look at how the two groups are currently working together to implement this benefit. We provide insights to contemplate what may provide a positive impact on a financial wellness program for clients.

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