We are a financial services firm that is focused on providing unbiased financial education and guidance. This is accomplished by serving in the workplace.
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We do not sell any investments, insurance, or other financial products. We offer 100% unbiased financial education and guidance as an employee benefit.
All of our financial wellness programs are customized to fit the needs of our business clients. We do not believe in providing “canned” programs!
We are committed to providing employers with top-notch results. Our business clients deserve to know their ROI, so we work hard to measure and quantify results.
What is Payczech?
At Payczech Financial Wellness, we believe that one's PAYCHECK is their most valuable financial tool! That is why we do what we do. Our aim is to help people get the most out of their money, build a stable financial foundation, and live the life they were meant to live! We do this by providing unbiased financial education in the workplace. We do not seek to compete with, or replace, any existing 401k provider or financial professional; we seek to complement them! We are 100% independent and do not sell any financial products whatsoever, so you can have peace of mind knowing that your employees will not be solicited. We are in the business of education and guidance. Contact Devin Czech today and learn how Payczech can serve your organization!
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If you have ever read my blog, watched my videos, took on online course of mine, or attended one of my classes, then you know how I feel about debt. Debt is the “anti-wealth.” And actually that is not even my opinion; that is a mathematical fact… Assets – Liabilities = Wealth Obviously we[…]
Effective April 10, 2017, the new DOL Fiduciary Rule will be phased into effect. The expected date of full implementation will be January 1, 2018. The new rule will change the landscape of the financial services industry, as well as how we interact with the financial services industry. However, there are a lot of questions[…]
If and when you leave your employer, “take your retirement with you.” This is a piece of conventional wisdom that makes some sense. When you leave an employer, you should make sure that your 401k or 403b follows you (assuming you have one). There are two ways that you can accomplish this – one is[…]
On December 17, 2015, the US Department of Education released a new student loan repayment program known as Revised Pay As You Earn, or REPAYE, for short. It is known that the government allows college graduates to enlist in “income-driven” repayment plans for their Federal student loans. However, the plans are all so confusing and[…]
The minutes for the September Federal Reserve board meeting revealed some compelling information: the decision to not raise interest rates was a “close call.” This has brought a lot of speculation that mortgage interest rates may be on their way up. In anticipation of an increase in rates, the yield for long-term treasury bonds has[…]
All of my holiday posts have basically been the same thing… Santa Claus Is Coming to Town Holiday Lay-Away Money Smart Holidays Three Tips for Holiday Spending Holiday Savings: How to Handle the Holidays Without Going Into Debt The message that I have been sending is pretty simple: ‘Let’s save up money ahead of time[…]