Creating or revisiting—and committing to—a spending plan can help reduce their financial stress and empower them to navigate these challenging times with greater confidence.

Finances and the economy are among the top stressors for Americans, and those worries carry over into the workplace. Nearly 80% of workers who report high financial stress say that they’re distracted by stress at work. Helping workers fine-tune their household budgets could help reduce that stress. Consumers who have a budget feel more in control, more confident and more secure than their peers who don’t have one.

How Financial Coaching Can Help Worried Workers

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