Professional Pensions“…Yet ‘technology gains and advances’ are enhancing the financial wellness programmes that are growing in the United States. Many workers as part of employee benefit structures are seeking to take more day to day control over their pension and non-pension outcomes. Importantly as Washington DC based Blake Allison, CEO & President of FELA (Financial Education & Literacy Advisers) highlights, ‘employees are wanting to understand, interpret and bespoke their employee benefit choices more readily – a richer two way connection is being formed’. This push for employee benefit engagement and control is being seen with employees seeking to balance personal wellness solutions through preventive healthcare, along with retirement income solutions that take account of a prolonged low interest rate environment and continued market volatility.”

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