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For many Americans—especially those who are returning to their offices as their communities re-open—COVID-19 is a top-of-mind topic. Knowing your paid leave options can help ease some of the uncertainty. Learn more below.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put millions of Americans out of work already, and as many as 14 million jobs are estimated to be lost by this summer. Designed to help them: unemployment benefits, a joint state and federal program that provides those out of work with temporary yet steady cash payments to help them financially while finding a new job.
As you’ve probably noticed, financial wellness is all the rage. According to one survey, about 90 percent of large and mid-sized companies are now offering financial wellness programs as an employee benefit. But what exactly is “financial wellness,” and are you financially well?
Companies seeking to reduce or refresh their staff frequently offer employees a package of incentives to encourage them to leave their jobs voluntarily, often before their customary retirement date.
The past several months have been a difficult time for the many people across the country battling the global Covid-19 pandemic. The impacts reached almost every person, from essential employees and those who contracted the virus, to the general population sheltering in place to minimize the spread of the disease.
If you underestimate your risk of disability, you're not alone ... only 10% of individuals accurately estimate their chance of disability. Here's a deep dive into disability insurance policies for three distinct groups of people: those covered by an employer group plan, self-employed people or those not covered through an employer, and stay-at-home parents.

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