FinTech: FinFit Makes Its Financial Wellness Platform Free for Employers
In a gesture of solidarity with America’s working population Finfit has made its platform free for employers.
Fintech platform FinFit previously reached out to members suffering temporary or permanent unemployment by extending financial wellness resources and support. The U.S.-based firm, which provides over 150,000 employers with a holistic financial wellness benefit platform, has now gone a step further. (CROWDFUND INSIDER)
Financial wellness amid pandemic hazards
“Our mission is unwavering,” said Dave Kilby, chief executive officer and president, in a statement. “We want to give every American the ability to solve the real-world financial challenges they’re facing and achieve financial stability. Now, more than ever, we need to do our part to stabilize our economy—and that starts with people. We’ll make FinFit’s financial wellness platform available to employers for free, through June 30, 2020. We have the resources, and we’re here to help. We’re all in this together.”
FinFit wellness services
Founded in 2008, FinFit is a leader in financial wellness technology. It partners with Celtic Bank, Member FDIC, and offers mobile-first, 100% digital and 24/7 services.
In its free offer to members who are impacted by unemployment, FinFit offers free, unlimited access to FinFit’s financial wellness educational resources, one-on-one financial coaching, budget calculators, online money management tools and personal financial assessments.
However, in its current offer, the fintech assured employers that if they wish to offer FinFit to employees they can do so simply by a call or email for immediate activation. Their employees will receive 24/7 online access to various financial tools, resources, and solutions.
Furthermore, the company has set up a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center. The page contains information to help people through the current challenges arising from the virus.
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