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NSU Money Matters Essential

Personal Financial Management - NSU Money Matters Essentials

Did you know that 8 out of 10 people identify money as a significant source of stress in their lives? And 50% of Americans would have difficulty coming up with $2,000 to cover an unexpected expense? The reality is we’ve all faced times when finances have been a cause of stress.

We care for our employees and believe your financial well-being really matters. That’s why we’re pleased to announce NSU Money Matters Essentials, a bold, new financial confidence program for all employees hosted by Truist Momentum.

You’ll find that this new benefit has something for everyone, regardless of your financial situation. Whether you’re thinking of buying a home, investing for retirement, increasing your savings, improving your credit score, or planning a vacation, you’ll find the tools and advice to make it happen at no cost to you. NSU’s Office of Human Resources is paying any and all user fees and costs associated with this financial confidence program. NSU Money Matters Essentials is available in both online and webinar formats, enabling you to choose the learning format of your choice and progressing at your own pace. The online experience is available in both English and Spanish.

To access the Truist Momentum portal, click HERE - First time users must register using the code: NSU

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We will host informative sessions on this program in the future. If you would like to review a recording of pass sessions regarding any of the "Pillars", please contact the benefits department at loa@nova.edu

NSU’s sponsorship is not an endorsement of TRUIST Bank, its services or financial products.  There is no obligation to access any TRUIST Bank information or view and/or utilize any of its services or financial product in order to participate in NSU Money Matters Essentials. You will only be contacted by TRUIST Bank if you voluntarily opt-in to receive promotional emails, or other communications from TRUIST Bank.   

Truist Client Commitment: Truist will never send unsolicited emails asking clients to provide, update or verify their personal or account information, such as passwords, Social Security numbers, personal identification numbers (PINs), credit or check card numbers, or other confidential information. As always, Truist respects your privacy. To learn more, visit suntrust.com/privacy.

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