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Episode Guest:

Meghan Murphy

Director, Thought Leadership

Fidelity Workplace Investing

Helping with Your Employees Debt… Opportunity or Over Stepping?

Guest: Meghan Murphy






With the podcast well into its second year and now with over seventy original episodes, its been fun to have some of our prior guests rejoin us to discuss new topics to help employers!   Meghan Murphy, a Director of Thought Leadership at Fidelity Investments was on the podcast earlier this year sharing her “Four Workplace Retirement Trends Too Big To Ignore in 2017”, if you haven’t checked that out it was a good one and sets up our conversation today on employee debt and how employers are looking to lend a helping hand!  As you will hear, debt impacts the ability for your employees to save for retirement, pursue other financial goals as wells productivity and their physical health!  You might be surprised to hear that based on Fidelity research, there are multiple generations and income levels that struggle with debt which might reframe some of your prior perceptions.  Probably most important though, Meghan shares a few ideas for employers who want to explore helping their employees manage, pay down and avoid future challenges with debt.  

Guest Bio

Meghan Murphy is a Director on Fidelity’s Workplace Investing Thought Leadership team and is responsible for the development and delivery of data driven points of view on retirement savings and financial wellness trends. This work is leveraged by employers and their employees, advisors, policy makers and the media. Additionally, she is a media representative in the retirement space, helping to bring data based stories to life for the general public. Meghan has been with Fidelity since 2000 and has served in various leadership positions across the organization. 

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