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Help Workers Save for Rainy Days, Not Just Golden Years

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Originally published on Workforce on Dec. 10, 2018 by Dan Murray Many employees want help saving money, especially for unexpected emergencies, but few employers are offering help when it comes to rainy day savings. There is a savings crisis in America. Eight out of 10 workers are living paycheck to paycheck, and though many employers have […]

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7 Things To Do Now To Avoid New Debt This Holiday Season

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Originally Published on MoneyTips.com on Dec. 6, 2018 By Roshni Chowdhry, head of customer experience at SafetyNet Take Control of your Finances Easily before the New Year Last year, the average American who took on new debt during the holidays came out an additional $1,054 in the red. Most of those who took on new […]

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SafetyNet Makes Wisconsin Inno’s 2018 50 on Fire List

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50 people and companies heating up Wisconsin tech Originally published Nov. 7, 2018 by WisconsinInno By Jim Dallke Wisconsin Inno’s inaugural 50 on Fire list has arrived. Today, we’re officially announcing the 50 people, companies and organizations that are heating up Wisconsin tech. Over the next few weeks, we’ll spotlight a few of these companies […]

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Layoff insurance available in North Carolina

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Originally Published on Oct. 24, 2018 on www.wlos.com by Rob Bradley  BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — Nearly half of Americans would not be able to afford an unexpected expense of just $400, according to the Federal Reserve. Nearly a third would not be able to pay their bills if they lost their job. But a newly […]

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Entrepreneur Profile of Mark Greene

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Originally published by Entrepeneur on Sept. 21, 2018 By Hayden Field  This Military Pilot Pivoted From Fighting Wars to Creating Financial Tools for Struggling Americans Mark Greene started his path to the Air Force during a time of peace, but when the 22-year-old graduated, he was sent almost immediately to Afghanistan. “I was the class […]

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SafetyNet: Job Loss Insurance for Financial Peace of Mind

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Originally published in RewardExpert on Sept. 20, 2018 By Angela Rose  Even in a healthily growing economy –like the one we enjoy in the U.S. today– layoffs and business closures happen. In fact, in August 2018 alone, the information services sector lost 6,000 jobs, the retail industry lost 5,900, manufacturing lost 3,000, durable goods lost 4,000, and […]

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Is layoff insurance right for you?

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Originally Published on WKOW.com on Aug. 24, 2018   MADISON (WKOW) — When you think of insurance, a couple come to mind: car insurance, health insurance or life insurance. However, there’s a newer type of insurance making its way through the U.S. and it’s offered in Wisconsin. It’s called layoff insurance and it hopes to give […]

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Why SC Residents Are Buying Layoff Insurance

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Originally Published by The Greenville News on Aug. 10, 2018 By Anna B. Mitchell “SafetyNet” has spread to nine states this year, and its creators want to expand to all 50 An insurance product newly arrived to South Carolina is tapping into worker uncertainty that persists in America’s booming economy. SafetyNet, a type of private unemployment […]

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SafetyNet Expands in Four More States

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Originally published in Insurance Business America on July 19, 2018 By Lyle Adriano Insurance program SafetyNet has plans to launch in four new states. The insurance provider said in a release that it will extend its program to the states of Colorado, Michigan, Missouri and Oklahoma. With the expansion, SafetyNet will serve over 21 million workers […]

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SafetyNet™ Job Loss and Disability Insurance Launches in Colorado, Michigan, Missouri and Oklahoma

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Originally published on Globe News Wire on July 18, 2018 SafetyNet provides workers increased peace of mind over financial security with an instant lump-sum payment following an unexpected layoff, illness or injury MADISON, Wis., July 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SafetyNet, the insurance program that provides workers with an immediate lump-sum payment following an unexpected layoff, […]