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Financial Well-being

Financial Well-being

Financial Well-being

Participating in a multi-session program to learn more about financial management and/or healthcare consumerism will meet the participation guidelines for this incentive. 

Why is this Important?

Financial health is an important component of well-being. Research supports a link between financial savings and healthy lifestyle habits as well as an association between better health and less health care expense.  Taking an active role in managing finances is associated with less stress, increased feelings of security, and greater financial confidence.  Gallup studies have found that financial security has a more significant impact than does income alone on employee well-being.


On-site Classes

Financial Wellness 101

Learn how to implement a sound investment strategy may help reduce financial stress and strengthen preparation for retirement. Series is led by William Mahnic, Assoc Professor of Banking and Finance at Weatherhead.

Financial Wellness 201

In this advanced class, William Mahnic, Assoc Professor of Banking and Finance at Weatherhead will offer a deeper dive into many of your personal finance questions.

Look for both series to kick off again in 2018.

 

Fiscally Fit Webinar Make-up Available in NovemberTIAA October Webinars

TIAA Live Webinars November
Just email Mary Ann with your course completion certificate and you will be credited.


Take the Financial IQ Challenge

Between April 3-28, TIAA offered all CWRU Faculty and Staff the chance to learn more about financial planning and a shot at winning an iPad mini.

Three participants won a drawing for a free mini iPad just for participating. The winners were:

  • Lisa Peters
  • Shannon Butcheck
  • Felicia Moss

Learn more: Financial IQ Challenge