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Behavioral Economics and the Savings Crisis

Managing your safety net has gotten harder. Having enough money set aside for emergencies, saving for retirement, and even getting the right insurance is confusing and expensive. Why is that? How can we build solutions that help provide stability in the face of increasing income volatility, short-circuited reward systems, and systemic challenges? In this webinar our guest Kristen Tyrrell will highlight the challenges of the current savings crisis and dive deep into framing behavioral economic solutions for new ways to build financial security and grow wealth.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
oWhat is a financial safety net?
oWhat is the savings crisis?
oWhy is it so hard to save?
oWhat can we do to make it easier?
Recorded Mar 20 2019 54 mins
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