Bill Rogers: Our studies show about 46% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. We know that companies can play a significant role in advancing financial wellness for all. We worked with industry experts to develop a financial wellness program, and quite frankly, the results astounded us.
Signe Garnitz: The response we've gotten has really been exciting. We initially got involved in the program to provide tools and opportunities for employees.
Clarence Smith: We offered it to the whole team, about 150 people. We had 90% of the people come to the kickoff sessions.
David Yeend: I had never been offered anything like this from an employer before. Made me feel like they cared.
Amanda Warner: For someone like me that doesn't actually understand finance in any way, shape, or form, it was just smart ideas that made sense to me.
Valerie Anonyuo: I have one savings account and everything goes in there. The program helped me to separate accounts. That was something, I think, that was new to me.
Yimeka Robbins: You think you know everything about finance, or at least I did. I thought I knew everything, and there were certain things I didn't know, how to invest, how to look for a good mortgage when you're buying a house.
Signe Garnitz: Funnily enough, my husband is in this line of work. Yet, we have never sat down and talked about the values that drive the choices we make and how we spend our money.
Clarence Smith: I would be stopped in the hall by employees that have been with us for 15 years and say, "This is the most important thing that the company has ever done for me." It was really kind of overwhelming. We were kind of blown away by it.
We do the heavy lifting so you can focus on your business.
Truist Momentum is offered at cost—with no profit to Truist. Why? Because we’re committed to helping people make the financial choices that lead to better opportunities.
We also keep the program advertisement-free. We won’t sell anything to your employees, and all their information remains confidential.
To learn more, contact our team or take a look at our most frequently asked questions.
When your employees are empowered to make good financial decisions, they can waste less time dealing with their finances—and be more committed to your organization.
By offering a financial wellness program, your organization shows your employees that you care about them—and that allows them to care more about their work.
With Truist Momentum, employees learn to make financial decisions that lead to better opportunities—no matter what their salary is. Financial stress exists at all levels, and human nature is to spend more when you make more. More money doesn’t necessarily mean more savings. Anyone can get in over their heads with overspending, but Truist Momentum can help everyone focus on what matters.
No problem. We’ve designed the program to be simple to set up. Our clients have found it to not be much work for them. And when you need support, we’re there for you.