Employee Financial Resources
Because you are an employee of a partner company, our Resource Connectors can help you navigate resources and connect you with Prosperity Coaches who can support you in developing a personal plan.
If you would like to talk to a Resource Connector about your situation, click the button below to complete an online intake form. Our Resource Connector will contact you within 48 business hours to schedule a phone appointment to address your further questions.
PERSONAL FINANCE RESOURCES
- How to manage money in a pandemic: A behavioral research-based approach
- Don’t let your relief check disappear into your debts
- If you must withdraw money from retirement accounts, take a look at the new coronavirus hardship option: How to raid your retirement funds in a crisis
- If you're faced with a sudden layoff, try to pay the essentials and make a plan for how to handle the rest: What to do when you can’t pay your bills
- Protecting your finances during the Coronavirus pandemic: We have resources to protect you
- Planning your finances for an uncertain future: Plans to put in place should someone in the household become unable to manage the finances
- Preparing for life after Coronavirius: Strategies for preparing personally and financially for a period of uncertainty
- Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides professional and confidential services to help employees and family members address a variety of personal, family, life and work-related issues. The program offers up to three (3) sessions of professional assessment for employees and family members. To learn more, please call 855-775-4357 or email email@example.com. You can also reach the Aultman Counseling Center at 330-493-9607.
- AultmanNow Services allow you to have a private, secure online health visit through your smartphone, tablet or computer – at the most convenient time for you. AultmanNow offers behavioral health services, urgent care visits and more. Providers on AultmanNow are board certified with an average of 15 years of experience. The cost for behavioral health options depends on the service, and ranges from $85 to $200 per visit. Urgent care visits cost just $59. However, for a limited time, Aultman Health Foundation team members can try out AultmanNow absolutely free! Now through June 1, you (or an immediate family member) can have either an urgent care or behavioral health online visit at no cost. Simply use the coupon code AULTMAN2020 in the payment screen to get your free visit. Simply download the AultmanNow app or visit www.aultmannow.com for more information
HOW TO MAKE A BUDGET in 5 steps
- Figure out your after-tax income. If you get a regular paycheck, the amount you receive is probably it, but if you have automatic deductions for a 401(k), savings, and health and life insurance, add those back in to give yourself a true picture of your savings and expenditures. If you have other types of income — perhaps you make money from side gigs — subtract anything that reduces it, such as taxes and business expenses.
- Choose a budgeting plan. Any budget must cover all of your needs, some of your wants and — this is key — savings for emergencies and the future. Budgeting plan examples include the envelope system and the zero-based budget.
- Track your progress. Record your spending or use online budgeting and savings tools.
- Automate your savings. Automate as much as possible so the money you’ve allocated for a specific purpose gets there with minimal effort on your part. An accountability partner or online support group can help, so that you’re held accountable for choices that blow the budget.
- Revisit your budget as needed. Your income, expenses and priorities will change over time. Adjust your budget accordingly, but always have one.