GoodTrust Partners with Pratt Institute to Offer Estate Planning as a Key Financial Wellness Benefit

Apr-25 2024

GoodTrust, a leader in digital estate planning, partners with Pratt Institute to offer estate planning services as a new voluntary benefit for its faculty and staff. This initiative aims to integrate essential financial wellness tools into the Institute’s  benefits package, emphasizing the importance of estate planning in personal financial health.

Pratt Institute employees will now have access to GoodTrust's platform, allowing them to easily manage and secure their estate plans. This partnership reflects both organizations' dedication to providing practical, forward-looking resources to their communities.

Rikard Steiber, CEO of GoodTrust, remarked, "Our partnership with Pratt Institute is a significant step towards integrating estate planning into broader financial wellness strategies. We're excited to bring our services to the academic sector."

Nakisha Henry, Director of Benefits, at Pratt Institute, stated, "Offering GoodTrust's estate planning as a voluntary benefit aligns with our commitment to the complete well-being of our university community. It's about preparing for the future, today."

This collaboration between GoodTrust and Pratt Institute represents a proactive approach to financial wellness in higher education, offering vital tools for secure future planning.

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About GoodTrust

GoodTrust is at the forefront of digital estate planning, making the process accessible and manageable for everyone with its innovative platform.

About Pratt Institute

Pratt Institute is known for its academic excellence and commitment to student, staff and faculty welfare, continually enhancing its comprehensive benefits offerings.

Through this partnership, GoodTrust and Pratt Institute are setting a new standard in employee benefits, highlighting the critical role of estate planning in financial wellness initiatives.