PFEEFPersonal Finance Employee Education Foundation
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Similar to the WLIFE award, the PFEEF has recognized seven "exemplary employers" for their quality workplace financial education programs to both employers and employees.
Again citing data from PFEEF, Brambley said the most common behavioral changes in participants in financial wellness programs are that they review the allocation of their assets, decrease their expenses, use more online financial tools, reduce credit card debt and increase deferrals to their retirement plans.
The PFEEF has done over 20 years of research on financial literacy.