The State of Financial Wellness in America

The journey to financial wellness is deeply personal. It impacts our health, state of mind, family dynamic and our work. Explore the challenges Americans are facing today, and see where you stand on the path to financial wellness.

Financial Wellness Assessment Where Do You Stand?

The first step to improving your financial wellness is knowing where you stand. Take this quiz for a quick assessment.

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Challenges That Stand Between Us and Better Financial Wellness

Getting Started

With family, career, and other responsibilities, focusing on your financial wellness can take a back seat—especially for women who are juggling more than ever.

Preparing for Longer Retirements

With Americans living longer, you’ll need 18 years of retirement income, on average. Let’s make sure your money can go the distance.

Protecting What Matters Most

Preparing yourself and your family for the unexpected is one of the keys to financial wellness. Make sure you’re ready for whatever life brings.

Planning for College and Retirement

Smart Comp 503

Balancing these two goals isn’t easy. But you can achieve both—without one coming at the expense of the other.

Planning Without Workplace Benefits

As a self-employed or “gig” worker, you have more freedom and flexibility. But without access to workplace benefits, you’re more responsible for your own financial security.

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