Frequently Asked Questions

Hopefully you’ll find the answers to all of your questions below. If you don’t, be sure to get in touch with us – our team would be happy to help

How much do the workshops cost?

We want to make financial education as accessible as possible. That's why our workshops are completely free for you and your employees. No hidden fees or surprise charges. Just an opportunity for you to help your employees where they need it most.

How is this experience different from the seminars our current 401(K) provider offers?

Our workshops create a collaborative, immersive experience for your employees to learn how they can move forward in their financial future with confidence. While some seminars focus on one or two standard topics, our workshops cover a range that gives your employees a holistic view of financial well-being. Rather than sitting through a lecture, they’ll have the opportunity to engage with each other and participate in hands-on activities that illustrate ways they can align their financial decisions with their unique values.

In what locations does In Good Company offer workshops?

We are currently offering workshops to companies and organizations based in the Northeast.

Is there an option for remote employees to participate in your workshops (e.g. webinar)?

Not currently, however, our team is working to develop a similar experience that can be taught remotely.

Do we have to offer all four classes in the recommended series?

Our core four series of workshops cover the key components to building a better financial future. We always recommend starting with this core four series to give your employees the knowledge they need to look at their unique financial situation holistically. Based on our research, these topics are of most interest to employees. But we understand that every organization is different.

How many people can each workshop accommodate?

The average number of participants in each workshop is 25-30. However, depending on the size of your company, we can always make the workshops larger or smaller.

What is In Good Company's relation to MassMutual?

MassMutual built In Good Company as a learning initiative to explore different ways to make financial education more accessible and strengthen people’s confidence in creating the future they aspire to achieve.