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Speaking of Money….

[/fusion_text][fusion_text]I’ve been fortunate to be given a platform to speak to thousands of people over the last several years on a wide range of personal and financial topics. Even today, I get the privilege of spending time in front of, and speaking with employers and employees all around Minnesota (and the virtual world). For fun, I give lectures as a consultant on behalf of employee benefit companies like Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medica, Optum, and more.

Employee benefits are continuing to evolve to include not only the traditional basics like health and life insurance but emotional support and coaching. I have thoroughly enjoyed my role as one of the “financial coaches” for an hour or so at a time. What our jobs and roles demand of us changes over time, similar to our needs and wants from our workplaces.

Take a moment to make sure you are making the most of any opportunities your work place is already affording you. You may be eligible for coaching or counseling, or for student loan payment assistance and retirement contributions. Knowledge about your potential benefits can allow for a more fulfilling working experience and simply a better daily life.

If you need any assistance navigating your benefits, investment and insurance options or financial planning, please do not hesitate to reach out. And if you are ever in the audience at an in-person lecture or webinar, please take the time to say hello![/fusion_text][separator style_type=”single” top_margin=”” bottom_margin=”” sep_color=”” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]

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