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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Game Changing Solution to Bank Overdraft Fees

It’s happened to the best of us. Millions of working Americans frequently find themselves in need of funds between paydays. When faced with financial shortfalls, employees with limited access to traditional credit resort to expensive alternatives, such as pesky overdraft fees. As American employees live a hectic life, it’s understandable to lose track of checking […]

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FlexWage Solutions Joins ADP Marketplace to Offer WageBank to Help Companies Eliminate Predatory Lending for Employees

Application available on marketplace.adp.com beginning November 10, 2015 Mountainside, NJ – November 10, 2015 – FlexWage® Solutions LLC today announced the availability of WageBank® on ADP® Marketplace. WageBank helps companies eliminate employees’ reliance on high cost third party lenders and bank overdraft fees to bridge cash flow shortages. FlexWage joins an ever-growing lineup of critical HCM and […]

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FlexWage offers creative alternative to payday loans

Originally published at banklesstimes.com by TONY ZERUCHA August 30, 2015 We have all been there. The car breaks down. Or the roof leaks. Maybe your teenager does something stupid and costly. Murphy’s Law being what it is, such pleasant surprises do not often happen on payday or just before. They often come in the middle […]

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FlexWage Goes to Washington

FlexWage Solutions was honored to accept an invitation from the National Economic Council (NEC) to review WageBank as part of the White House Executive Office of the President Financial Inclusion initiatives. The NEC, as well as the US Treasury Department, are exploring financial inclusion, financial empowerment, and financial education solutions for US consumers.Meeting participants from […]

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