Since half of Americans (50%) think it’s easier to get into better physical shape than financial shape and 59% consider tracking expenses and budgeting to be more stressful than trying a new workout, Marcus has released financial workouts to help people get their finances in shape. Based on four core financial personality types, individuals select the traits they most closely identify with to find suggestions that could help keep them on the right financial track.
Whether someone identifies as The Workout Wanderer, The Class Canceller, The Gym Rat or The Cross-Trainer, they’ll be able to find tips to manage debt and boost savings and things they can do now so they can retire later.
From ways to increase savings, such as opening a high-yield Online Savings Account from Marcus, which offers an APY (annual percentage yield) of 2.25%2, to important considerations when planning for retirement, each financial workout aims to provide recommendations and attainable goals.
“Whether someone is looking to trim down their debt, bulk up their savings or shred unwanted subscriptions, the hardest part can be knowing where to start. With these financial fitness workouts, we want to encourage people to take steps towards improving their financial well-being,” said Elisabeth Kozack, Vice President of Product Strategy and Customer Experience at Marcus by Goldman Sachs.
No matter if a financial situation is out of shape or rock solid, Marcus.com/FinancialFitness can help start 2019 off on the right financial foot.