Five Tips to Boost Your Financial Wellness This Winter

Regain some control over financial pressures by exploring your employer's support options, making plans to save and taking other simple actions.

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After a busy year, it may be tempting to kick off the shoes, settle down with a cup of warm cocoa and shift your focus to 2024, but that would be a missed opportunity to explore how to improve your financial health. Amid the holiday season and all the joy (and spending) it brings, this year we are also grappling with macro uncertainty and unrest — making it a true balancing act to try to make ends meet while keeping things merry and bright.

With all that in mind, this is an ideal time to organize your resources so you can be better prepared to navigate today’s challenging economic environment without sacrificing your financial future. Here are five simple steps you can take to both regain some control over today’s pocketbook pressure and keep building for a brighter tomorrow.

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Kate Winget
Managing Director, Chief Revenue Officer for Morgan Stanley at Work, Global Equity Solutions

Kate brings more than 20 years of experience in financial services, technology and benefits. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Kate held management and elevating leadership positions at several financial service institutions, including E*TRADE, First Republic Bank and PNC focused on B2B, B2C and B2B2C lines of business.