Twenty Percent of Households Earning More Than $100,000 Per Year Have High Financial Stress According to New Financial Wellness Survey

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2017 Financial Wellness Survey by Four Seasons Financial Education finds one-fifth of six-figure households have high financial stress

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This can affect an organization's key employees

Four Seasons Financial Education (FSFE), a provider of online workplace financial wellness programs, recently released the findings from their 2017 Financial Wellness Survey. Among those findings, the survey found that 20% of respondents with household incomes of $100,000 per year or greater rate their financial stress as eight or higher on a ten-point scale.

"If you make $150,000 per year and you spend $150,000 per year, we're not surprised if you experience financial stress," says FSFE president, Travis Freeman. "Some employers think this is just an issue for minimum wage employees. It's not," he says. "This can affect an organization's key employees too."

The 2017 Financial Wellness Survey also reviewed health variations between high and low financial stress groups, as well as gender differences. The full survey can be found at

About Four Seasons Financial Education
Four Seasons Financial Education is positioned to provide workplace financial wellness services to companies throughout the US to help them improve their bottom line. Since 1986, we have helped corporations increase workplace productivity by focusing on the most important asset of the company - the employees. Services provided through RFG Advisory Group, an SEC Registered Investment Adviser.

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