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Personalized financial education by Enrich™
Interactive financial wellness
Enrich provides behavior-changing, interactive financial education to help employees improve their financial well-being. Key features include:
- Courses with interactive content adapted to unique user needs
- Financial behavioral analysis
- Individualized prescriptive action plans
- Assistance with realistic goal setting
- Action-based reward system
What Enrich offers employers
Integration and customizations
Hub for company-specific retirement, health, and benefits information
Call center/chat functionality with certified personal finance counselors (CPFC®)
Incorporates company-specific content
Reporting console to track member engagement and ROI
Enrich reporting and insights
Real time reporting includes module completions and aggregate usage metrics.
Enrich users experience positive behavior changes
in users who had built up an emergency savings of at least 3 months of living expenses1
in users who reported that they are on track with saving for their goals1
in users who are contributing to their retirement savings plan1
1. Enrich Financial Wellness, data from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2021.
Enrich by iGrad, CommonBond and Lifestyle Benefits are provided by third-party service providers. All such services and products are the sole responsibility of the service provider. The services are not affiliated with Securian or its group contracts and may be discontinued at any time. Certain terms, conditions and restrictions may apply when utilizing the services.
Lifestyle Benefit Services provided by LifeWorks, RedpointWTP, LLC and PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services, LLC are their sole responsibility. The services are not affiliated with Securian Financial or its group contracts and may be discontinued at any time. Certain terms, conditions and restrictions may apply when utilizing the services. To learn more, visit the appropriate website.
Financial advisors/professionals do not provide specific tax/legal advice and this information should not be considered as such. You should always consult your tax/legal advisor regarding your own specific tax/legal situation.