Four Seasons Financial Education Promotes Financial Spring Cleaning Program

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Workplace financial wellness firm helps employees clean up their personal finances

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We leverage the motivation associated with Spring cleaning to bring financial goals to the forefront

Four Seasons Financial Education today announced the kickoff of their annual Financial Spring Cleaning program aimed to help the employees of their corporate clients clean up their personal finances. The program targets employees that often postpone tasks such as increasing 401(k) contributions, paying down debt or creating a budget.

"We leverage the motivation associated with Spring cleaning to bring financial goals to the forefront," says Travis Freeman, CFP and President of Four Seasons Financial Education. "Employees know these topics are important, but like anything else in life, we get busy."

Freeman cites the wellness program as a benefit to companies that understand the link between employee productivity and financial discipline. According to Freeman, employees that miss out on financial goals become stressed, make more mistakes at work, decrease morale and can even increase health insurance costs due to issues such as depression. The Financial Spring Cleaning program includes webinar-based education combined with personal help from a board-CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER.

About Four Seasons Financial Education
Four Seasons Financial Education provides workplace financial wellness and education services to companies throughout the US in an effort to improve their bottom line. We take a strictly academic approach to financial education and focus on the core areas of personal finance, thereby seeking to increase employee productivity and organizational performance. Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor. Member FINRA/SIPC.

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