Solving “more month than money” puzzle

Originally published at bankingexchange.com July 21, 2017 Microeconomics and innovative technologies are redefining the U.S. workplace and workforce. Yet according to a recent PwC study, about 70% of households still live paycheck to paycheck—with financial disaster just one broken air conditioner or hospital visit away. It’s not surprising that a March 2017 MetLife survey found […]

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EY announces Frank Dombroski of FlexWage Solutions Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Award finalist in New Jersey Region

Mountainside NJ, June 13, 2017 – EY has announced that Frank Dombroski of FlexWage Solutions is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Award in the New Jersey Region. The awards program, which is celebrating its 31st year, recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment […]

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Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners And FlexWage Solutions Announce Partnership to Develop WageGoal

Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners And FlexWage Solutions Announce Partnership to Develop WageGoal, a Trusted FinTech Product for Working Americans WageGoal provides budgeting, cash flow management and access to earned wages so employees enjoy more power with their existing pay New York, NY – September 29, 2016 – Neighborhood Trust and FlexWage Solutions today announced an […]

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Employers: The Other Payday Lender

Originally published at pymnts.com July 8, 2016 The payday lending market is at a bit of a crossroads as regulators flex their regulatory muscles and look to establish new rules for the payday lending industry. While much has been written — on these pages and beyond — about that debate, there are three universal truths […]

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New Payday Options for Making Ends Meet

Originally published at nytimes.com by STACY COWLEY JULY 4, 2016 For decades, most American companies have paid their workers once every week or two, minimizing the administrative costs of frequent paydays and maximizing the interest the companies earn by keeping the money in the bank. And for equally long, workers have complained about the unfairness […]

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