When it comes to your finances—Would you say you’re fiscally fit? Or more like financially flabby?

This National Employee Benefits Day, the International Foundation has a quick 15-question quiz to help you rank your financial fitness level. Take the quiz now, and share your results in the comments below and on Twitter with #NEBD.


If you’re looking for advice to help you bulk up that budget—Check in with the Financial Fitness Brofessionals for fun tips to whip your wallet into shape.

National Employee Benefits Day, celebrated on April 4, 2016, is focused on helping employers increase their employees’ financial fitness. An upcoming Foundation survey, Financial Education for Today’s Workforce, finds that 81% of organizations say their employees’ personal financial issues are somewhat, very or extremely impactful on their overall job performance. And more than half of employers report an increasing number of employees face financial challenges compared with five years ago.

The Foundation has lots of resources to help you celebrate National Employee Benefits Day. Visit www.ifebp.org/benefitsday and you’ll find a communication tool kit filled with financial fitness tips, a checklist to benchmark your organization’s initiatives and more!

Start planning now to celebrate National Employee Benefits Day on April 4, 2016!

Brenda Hofmann
Senior Communications Associate at the International Foundation


Senior Communications Associate at the International Foundation

Favorite Foundation service/product: Today’s Headlines

Benefits-related topics that grab her attention: Wellness, work/life balance, retirement security, unique perks, anything related to new mommas: maternity leave, pumping at work, on-site daycares, family friendly workplaces etc.​

Favorite Foundation event: The day we wait all year for–National Employee Benefits Day!

Personal Insight: Brenda goes with the flow and this approach to life puts everyone around her at ease. Brenda enjoys the mix of roles she plays from public relations pro to new mom and wife.

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