Financial education provides employees with a greater understanding of money and investments enabling them to make better financial decisions and plan more effectively for their future. Understanding the potential outcomes of their decisions and how this fits into their broader financial planning process will help employees connect and engage with their benefits, placing greater levels of appreciation and value on the benefit provided by employers.
At Aon Employee Benefits, we offer fully flexible education services for your employees, from open seminars to small group coaching sessions and one-to-one meetings, all delivered in an informal and comfortable environment to facilitate interaction and discussion.
We also offer an exclusive comprehensive financial planning service to your executives, helping your most senior executives to make better financial decisions. We adopt a unique approach to financial planning which gives clients a holistic view of their financial affairs and using our state of the art financial planning software, we can visualise future cashflow requirements based on key lifetime goals informing our clients to make adequate plans for future savings and investments.
Employee financial planning solutions include:
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To discuss the value of offering financial education to your employees, contact us at email@example.com or speak to one of our financial advisors by calling +353 1 226 6000.
Beech Hill Pension Trustees Limited t/a Aon Employee Benefits and Law Library Financial Services, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
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