Help your participants understand the financial concepts they need to save for retirement—while trying to balance work, family, and personal well-being.
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Getting started with John Hancock
This presentation welcomes participants to John Hancock and encourages them to register their account through our website or mobile app and to use retirement planning tools to help ensure they're on track for retirement.
It all starts with enrollment
Show eligible employees the benefits of saving for their retirement with this presentation, and encourage them to enroll in their plan through our website or mobile app.
Retirement plan basics
Save for tomorrow, today
Help your participants understand the importance of saving through their retirement plan by sharing strategies on how to keep their savings on track.
Retirement: it's about more than money
Help participants picture their lives in retirement with this presentation—whether retirement is 10 years from now or just around the corner.
Looking ahead to retirement
This presentation focuses on the needs of participants over 50, sharing details on what they need to know as they get close to retirement: preparing for retirement, identifying sources of retirement income, and investing as they get closer to retirement.
The aim of this presentation is to help participants understand why and how they should get started making their own plan.
Smart money moves
This presentation discusses ways to help participants reassess their financial obligations and get their savings back on track as we recover from the pandemic.
Building healthy savings habits
This presentation provides participants with healthy money habits they can use to help them with saving for their retirement and strengthen their financial future.
This presentation helps participants understand how their brain approaches finances to help them change their behavior and avoid common investing mistakes.
The power of budgeting
Illustrate to your participants why it's important to have a budget, as well as how to create and follow one, with this presentation.
Inflation and your retirement savings
This presentation discusses the potential impact of inflation on retirement savings and strategies to help mitigate risk.
Should you save or pay down debt?
This presentation provides tips and strategies to make it a little easier for participants to decide whether to save or pay down debt.
This presentation describes the John Hancock tools participants can use to help them reduce their stress and gain control of their finances.
Breaking the cycle of stress
Help your participants manage and respond to stressors with this presentation, so they can build healthy financial habits.
Road map for effective investing
This presentation covers the basics of investing, including the concepts of risk and return, asset allocation, types of investments, dollar cost averaging, funds, and options for managing retirement plan investments.
Navigating market uncertainty
This presentation includes topics covered in our Market Dynamics series, including strategies for coping with market volatility.
Choosing your investments
This asset allocation workshop discusses why having a mixed investment strategy can be an important part of making progress toward retirement goals.
What you should know about interest rates
This presentation will help participants understand why interest rates matter and what can be done to help minimize their impact on finances.
Good online habits
Share some critical cybersecurity tips with this presentation to help participants understand the importance of keeping their account safe.
Use of the tools and resources indicated may be subject to approval by your broker-dealer.
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