Do you need help managing financial stress?

JHU partners with MMA to provide free expert, personal advice to employees

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Do you worry about your finances? Do you avoid looking at your bank or credit card statements because you feel guilty or overwhelmed? You are not alone. Financial stress is common, but this doesn't mean that you can't do something about it.

As a Johns Hopkins University employee, you can turn to the Marsh McLennan Agency as a trusted partner to guide you on your financial journey. Sign up for your free MMA account by clicking here.

Here are resources from MMA to explore if you find yourself overwhelmed with financial stress.

Assessment: Recognize your own financial stress

Start by taking a quick assessment to better understand the impact of financial stress, get recommendations to help you lower it, and then track your changes. Take the one-minute assessment here.

Online course: Managing Financial Stress

Managing Financial Stress is a 25-minute course that discusses how financial stress can affect your overall well-being and explores the ways you can alleviate its impact on your life. Learn how to reduce it with mindfulness and discover steps you can take to maintain your finances to improve your well-being. Take the course here.

Article: Getting Started With Managing Financial Stress

Everyone makes financial blunders and mistakes, but you can learn from them so as not to repeat them. Read about actions you can take if you find yourself in a dire financial situation.

Want to learn more?

Schedule an appointment to speak with an MMA financial coach regarding your individual financial needs. Various topics can be discussed including:

  • Your employer retirement plan
  • General investment questions
  • Social Security
  • Debt and budgeting
  • Employee benefits and insurance
  • Pre-retirement planning
  • Tools available on the Prosper Wise site

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