PayDashboard, a UK-based interactive payslip platform, announced on Wednesday the launch of its new financial wellbeing marketplace, Moneysmart. According to PayDashboard, the marketplace smart matches consumers with a range of suitable financial products and services based on their lifestyles, attitudes to money and financial situations.
“Over the years we have listened to client feedback on what’s important to them, their clients (in the case of payroll providers), and their employees. As such, we have kept financial wellbeing at the core of everything we do, by providing users with access to financial guidance alongside their payslips, to help them to understand their pay and taxes, and to make their net pay go further by understanding the tax breaks they are entitled to. Moneysmart allows us to take this a step further by helping our users to make their pay go further each month. Beyond being tax-savvy – it’s about taking a step beyond their payslip to plan how to best use their hard-earned salary each month. This is the next phase in our ongoing commitment to improving the lives of employees and providing financial support.”
PayDashboard further revealed that Moneysmart integrates with a suite of carefully selected, digital-first vendors to offer “best” products in their respective industries.
“Our partners are forward-thinking, innovative, and trusted to deliver bespoke, quality products and services for both organizations and individual employees.”
Founded in 2015, PayDashboard describes itself as a truly independent interactive payroll platform for employees, employers, professional advisors, and partners. The platform’s goal is to bring insight, guidance, and education to enable employees and employers to optimize their remuneration process.
“At PayDashboard we’re working with some of the best brands and the most innovative providers in the industry, providing the kind of schemes to the employees of SME businesses which have historically been the exclusive preserve of large organisations.”
PayDashboard recently received a £167,072 funding grant from Innovate UK to support its continued growth in the financial wellness space.