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Lincoln Financial Group Helps Your Employees Achieve Retirement Success

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Do you offer retirement planning as part of your small business employee benefit package? If not, you may be in danger of losing good workers to your competitors who do. According to a survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, retirement savings plans were offered by 67 percent of employers in 2018. Within the companies offering this benefit, 79 percent of employees participated.  

RewardExpert recently spoke with Joseph Mrozek, vice president and national sales manager for Lincoln Financial Group’s retirement plan services, about why a retirement savings plan is an important employee benefit and why employers should choose Lincoln Financial Group to provide it.

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Automate Your Investing Goals With Betterment

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You want to save for your goals, but you aren’t sure how to do it. Many full-service brokerage firms have minimums investment amounts that are above your budget or charge so much that it’s not worth it. Betterment offers investment accounts with no minimum balances and fees that are well below what others charge. And your investment accounts come with advanced features that are usually reserved only for the rich and wealthy. Read on to find out why Betterment will save you time and give you peace of mind as you work towards your financial goals.

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Ensure a Healthy Financial Future With Personal Capital’s Free Software and Tools

If you’re juggling multiple debts, you’re not alone. According to data from the Federal Reserve’s recent Survey of Consumer Finances, as analyzed by TIME magazine’s Money, the average American under the age of 35 carries $67,400 in debt.

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