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F.R.P Program Financial Resource Program for Healthcare, Manufacturing, Corporate & Small Business Employers Helping your employees reach financial security. Presented by Art Varavadekar WorldWide Financial Group, Inc.
F.R.P ProgramFinancial Resource ProgramforHealthcare, Manufacturing, Corporate &Small Business EmployersHelping your employees reach financial security
WorldWide Financial Group, Inc
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According to the Federal Reserve Board, in 2008 Americans amassed over $2.5 trillion dollars in personal consumer debt – an average of $8,565 per household.
In the last 12 months, nearly 34 million Americans have been late making a credit card payment, and 18 million people have missed a payment entirely.*
*National Foundation for Credit Counseling, 2009 Financial Literacy Survey, April 2009
For today’s 65-and-older population, average life expectancy for American men and women is 17 and 20 years, respectively. Thirty percent of all women and almost 20 percent of men age 65 can expect to reach 90 years old.*
According to a recent study by the Society of Actuaries, 52 percent of women and 37 percent of men identify depleting their savings as a top retirement risk.*
*Society of Actuaries Report Outlines Retirement Risks and Identifies Approaches to Manage Those Risks, May 19, 2008
Smooth the road to financial retirement by helping employees make educated choices.
Savings are low.
Consumer debt continues to rise.
“Forty-eight million U.S. households say they don’t have enough life insurance.”
Source: LIMRA International, U.S. Life Insurance Ownership Study, 2005
Source: Trends in Life Insurance Ownership Among U.S. Households, LIMRA, 2005
One rule of thumb for life insurance benefits is seven to 10 times your annual salary; however, life insurance benefits can be adjusted to fit your personal needs.
financial help, but don’t often get it.
Over 40 percent of consumers feel they need more professional financial advice today (compared to three years ago).
While they want to be educated, most consumers do not want to acquire the knowledge through traditional methods such as seminars and newsletters. They want advisors to teach them directly.
Most consumers expect their advisors to help in retirement planning and monitoring progress toward achieving financial goals.
Source: LIMRA, The Advisor for Life, The Use of Financial Advisors Through Life Stages Series, 2009
Help increase employee productivity and your profitability by offering a comprehensive workplace financial program:
“Three out of four employees said they would
definitely or possibly use financial services
if sponsored by their employer.”
Source: ThePrincipal Financial Well-Being IndexSM,First Quarter, 2007
Many employees don’t understand or appreciate the value or cost of their benefits.As part of our analysis, we will review your current benefits package and emphasize the importance of those benefits and the cost to you, the employer, to provide them. We will also help your employees understand how they can maximize their benefits.
What does this program offer?
Small businesses have seen the cost of providing certain benefits to employees rise dramatically. In 2007, the cost of providing health insurance rose 15 percent, averaging $4,559 per employee. The cost of retirement and savings benefits increased 14 percent to $2,694 per employee.
Source: U.S. Chamber Study Finds the Cost of Providing Employee Benefits Continues to Rise Sharply, March 25, 2009
Financial Analysis Tools:
The Financial Resource Program
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