Redefining Success: The Madoff Lesson

In March of 2009, Bernie Madoff pleaded guilty to fraud and was given a 150-year prison sentence for running the largest Ponzi scheme in history.  He died today of chronic liver failure. The story around his scam is shocking, not just in its scope (he stole $17...

What is Financial Peril?

69% of Americans have less than $1,000 in a savings account. Most Americans’ financial worlds are balanced on the edge of a knife.  Accidents, injuries, illnesses, maintenance needs, death, disability, divorce, layoffs, legal liabilities, identity theft, arrests,...

Solve the #1 Problem for Your Employees

The COVID-19 pandemic has many American workers concerned about their physical health—that is no surprise.  Mental and social health have also been impacted, but the thing employees are most concerned about?  Financial health. A MetLife study conducted earlier this...