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Goodbye money worries Hello Salary Finance

We partner with employers to offer financial wellbeing benefits for employees that help staff live healthier, happier lives. We do this by offering simple savings, access to their salary as it is earned, and affordable loans - all underpinned by accessible, engaging financial education. Find out more

OUR CLIENTS ALREADY INVESTING IN EMPLOYEE WELLBEING

HOW WE HELP EMPLOYEES

Our salary-linked employee benefits, supported by meaningful financial education, are designed to help people be more financially resilient and avoid relying on expensive debt like payday loans.

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HOW WE HELP EMPLOYERS

Expand your employee benefits package with savings accounts and affordable loans where payments are taken directly from salary as well as money tips and tools. In doing so, we can improve wellbeing and productivity, reduce absenteeism and increase employee retention.

How we help

PUTTING
PEOPLE FIRST

We put people at the heart of everything we do. Our founder started by minimising the money worries of a single employee – his children’s nanny. Today we do the same thing on a much larger scale. We’re proud to help thousands of people break out of a debt cycle and improve their financial wellbeing.

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WE ARE RECOGNISED BY THE INDUSTRY FOR OUR INNOVATION AND SOCIAL PURPOSE

DON’T JUST TAKE
OUR WORD FOR IT

Hear from the people already benefiting from Salary Finance's employee benefits.

OUR IMPACT FOR BOTH
EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

Our employee benefits deliver a meaningful, positive impact on the lives of employees. By launching a financial wellbeing strategy with Salary Finance, employers can make improvements in retention, productivity and employee engagement.

WE HELP PEOPLE SAVE

17 million work-age Brits have less than £100 in savings. (Source: Money Advice Service)

WE REDUCE DEBT

Debt is up 26% since 2013 to £3,900 per UK adult. (Source: Bank of England, ONS)

WE DELIVER BUSINESS IMPACT

The price of poor financial wellbeing is equivalent to 13-17% of payroll cost. (Source: The Employer's Guide to Financial Wellbeing)

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