NEC member John Hancock has announced an expansion of its financial wellness programs to include services to help users save for emergencies and plan for higher education costs.
The changes will come to John Hancock Retirement, where users can now create an emergency savings account online and track progress toward their personal savings goal. Additionally, the company’s Education Planning Center will now allow participants to estimate the cost of higher education and provide personalized assistance with everything from scholarships and financial aid to college selection and the application process.
“By offering resources that are easy to access and use, we’re making it easier for our participants to make well-informed decisions, manage multiple priorities and take action in their financial lives,” said Sosseh Malkhassian, head of participant experience at John Hancock Retirement. “And that sets them up to build and meet long-term retirement readiness goals.”
The Council congratulates John Hancock on promoting the financial well-being and planning of its users. Read more in Newswire.
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