Bringing financial literacy to the workplace
Provide business owners with a financial wellness program that enhances employee engagement and productivity as a result of reducing financial stress in employees’ lives.
Financial Wellness Defined
Financial wellness is a state of possessing financial confidence. When a person reaches financial capability, they have created a plan for the unexpected, their future, and building wealth and consistently act on that plan.
Amy Vetrone, CFEI - Owner & Founder
I welcome you to Gold Standard. I created this company with the working people in mind. In the spend economy we live in, it is tough to make ends meet. Through better information, I can help people get on track with their finances. Financial wellness in the workplace is how Gold Standard is helping business owners and the working class.
I previously worked in the banking industry. During my time in banking, I quickly developed a passion for financial education. I was the recipient of the Banker of the Year award in 2016 for my work with youth, adults and the elderly. I serve on the board with the Wisconsin Bankers Foundation which promotes financial literacy. In May and August of 2017, I testified at Assembly and Senate hearings in favor of a financial literacy bill, AB280, that will require school districts to teach financial literacy in K-12. This is the shortest bill ever introduced and it gives school districts the flexibility to choose how they implement financial literacy into curriculum. I am proud of the progress our great state of Wisconsin is making in helping our future leaders gain financial skills and knowledge needed to succeed.
I am a wife and a mother. Family is first and foremost in my life. When a person’s finances are a mess their relationships suffer. I want to help people in this area so that they, too, can experience strong and enriching relationships with those they care about most.