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Virginia-based FinFit opens up its platform for financial wellness

Virginia-based FinTech company FinFit has announced that its financial wellness benefit platform will be made available free of charge to any employer who wants to offer financial wellness resources for their employees.

The company has already provided members who have been affected by temporary or permanent unemployment due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), with financial wellness resources and support. But as the pandemic escalates, the company realised the needs of Americans for financial wellness resources and the company is helping to weather these challenges.

“Our mission is unwavering. 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 stabilise 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,” said David Kilby, CEO & President of FinFit.

Employers who wish to offer the FinFit platform to their employees can provide the same either via email or dial the FinFit, and the service will be activated by the organisation. The FinTech has also launched a Coronavirus Resource Center to provide accurate real-time updates on timely resources to give individuals information and clarity.

Founded in 2008, FinFit provides financial wellness benefits to over 150,000 clients. The company helps employees improve their financial well-being and become financially stable. It also assists in eliminating stress in the workplace by providing real-time solutions that offer real-world help when needed.

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