Best of Blogs – Financial Education Programs

This week I finished my last workshop of the year.  It’s been a terrific year for my workshops which is a promising sign that many employers really do care about the financial well being of their employees.   We’ve worked with small and large employers, union groups, associations and many conference organizers.  Thanks to everyone who participated in my workshops as well as those that organized them.

I also wanted to thank Scott Kwasnechka for bidding $500 in the Blogging for Charity program.  Instead of getting people to outbid Scott, I thought I would open the program to anyone that wanted to match the $500 bid to a charity.  Anyone that matches will also get to write a guest post for Retire Happy.

This Week’s Articles:

Other Great Reading This Week:

Written by Jim Yih

Jim Yih is a Fee Only Advisor, Best Selling Author, and Financial Speaker on wealth, retirement and personal finance. Currently, Jim specializes in putting Financial Education programs into the workplace.For more information you can follow him on Twitter @JimYih or visit his other websites Group Benefits Online and Advisor Think Box.

2 Responses to Best of Blogs – Financial Education Programs

  1. The Blunt Bean Counter says:

    Hey Jim, thanks for the rec. Great meeting you in person this week.

  2. Thanks for the mention Jim. I look forward to your review of Millionaire Teacher.

    As you know from my post(s), I thought it was a stellar book.

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