Traditional training programs fail to improve financial fitness

Today, employers spend $2 billion each year on employee financial education, and the results are often
disappointing and hard to quantify. Traditional programs yield little measurable change in behaviors, attitudes,
and knowledge, and the formats are not engaging. For example:

  • In-person workshops have low attendance
  • Web portals do not track or measure training success
  • Newsletters have little perceived value and usually end up in the trash
  • Third-party providers present content often designed to also sell their services


The online financial fitness training program can be delivered at one-quarter the cost, with 500% better results than traditional programs.

Over 125,000 employees have taken the
our financial fitness training.

Financial wellness involves deploying successful money management strategies. This is critical to reducing
day-to-day stress and anxiety and ensuring a degree
of both short- and long-term economic freedom.
Unfortunately, 55% of Americans score an “F” on basic financial literacy tests. Workers at all income levels
struggle to manage money, make investment decisions, improve their credit, and build assets. Employees need ways to increase their financial stability and security.


Financial Fitness Group provides unbiased
online, interactive instruction in personal finance and
investing fundamentals — and produces great results
in just five weeks.


We leverage best practices in technology + psychology + online competition to make learning about money
efficient, effective and fun.

Employees in more than 700 organizations have
completed over 300,000 hours of financial training.
Here are typical results based on pre- and post-test


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Our financial fitness program makes business sense

While participants experience reduced stress and more positive financial behaviors, your organization will benefit too.
Employees will become more loyal and engaged because they are less stressed about their personal life so they can focus better at work — improving your bottom line. Your business can expect:

Improve Bottom line
  • Increased employee productivity
  • Reduced employee-related business costs
  • Higher 401(k) and similar program participation and contributions
  • Fewer employees requesting 401(k) loans
  • Higher participation rates than live financial education workshops
  • 3:1 program ROI