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Financial Health and Income Network

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We're here to help working Americans figure out their employee benefits and how to protect their income stream.

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Ted Norwood, General Counsel and Director of Representation, Integrated Benefits, Inc. and Carol Harnett, president of The Council for Disability Awareness help employers understand the most important points about Social Security... more

Carol Harnett, president of The Council for Disability Awareness, and Phil Bruen, vice president of group life and disability products for MetLife discuss the importance of offering employees a complete benefits package. As employers... more

Steven Schutzer, M.D., president of the Connecticut Joint Replacement Institute, and Carol Harnett, president of The Council for Disability Awareness, discuss value-based healthcare -- a healthcare delivery model in which providers,... more

During this episode of the Financial Health & Income Network, Heather Cook from Lincoln Financial Group and Carol Harnett from The Council for Disability Awareness walk employees and working adults through everything you need to... more

When employees need to step away from work — whether to welcome a new child, care for a family member, or another life event — protecting their jobs and benefits, understanding their rights, knowing whether their... more

Carol Harnett from The Council for Disability Awareness and Phil Bruen from MetLife talk openly, honestly and bluntly about the best way to get through open enrollment for employee benefits. Why is open enrollment important? Because,... more

On April 26, 2006 at 9:05 a.m., everything shifted for Roy Tuscany. He was at Mammoth Mountain for his 2nd Coaches Retreat. On his first run of the day, he hit a jump he'd hit a 100 times before except -- this time -- he overshot it.... more

The last thing on the minds of freelancers and entrepreneurs is making certain they planned for employee benefits for themselves and/or their employees. Building and maintaining a business is always top of mind. But, entrepreneurs... more

Every year, millions of working Americans spend part of the month of November selecting their employee benefits. It's a confusing experience for most of us. How do you choose what's right for you? This show will focus on helping Millenial... more

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