Help with making good financial choices now and into the future
Financial Finesse Program
It’s important to have a reliable and trustworthy source at your disposal to help you make the best decisions for your financial future.
We’ve partnered our Financial Wellness program with the leading unbiased financial education firm in the country, Financial Finesse.
Stillwater offers you this unlimited, ongoing access to financial coaching that is completely confidential and won’t cost you anything but your time.
By calling the Financial Helpline you will speak with a Certified Financial Planner™ to help build your financial plan and ensure that you are making the best decisions about your life goals.
Call 888-450-2881 to speak directly with a Certified Financial Planner™ professional, Monday-Friday 7am-6pm MST.
Get access to resources on financial topics, and take your Financial Wellness Assessment today to receive your personal action plan by visiting the Financial Learning Center.
And, to learn more about the philosophy of our wellness program, watch this quick video from our 401(k) provider.
Financial Learning Center
Click here to access the Financial Learning Center with resources on financial topics.
Take your Financial Wellness Assessment today to receive your personal action plan!
Learn how to enter our employee drawing and win big, just by completing your Financial Assessment.
Get help with budgeting & retirement planning
Stop feeling overwhelmed and frustrated with budgeting, taxes, debt, and retirement planning!
Call the Financial Helpline at (888) 450-2881 and talk one-on-one with a Certified Financial Planner – FREE!
Available Monday through Friday 7am to 6pm Mountain Time.
Get Financial Wellness Tips Daily!
Check out Financial Finesse’s blog here.
Budgeting & Money Tips
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- Choosing between savings or paying off debt
- Books to read on making the most of your money
- 5 saving mistakes to avoid
- Calculate the value of your benefits
- Impact of opening store credit cards on Black Friday
- Financially survive the holidays
- The difference between your financial wellness benefit and your 401(k)
- The DIY financial checkup