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Support your employees and their families when they need it most—following the loss of a loved one.
Through this unique benefit, our advisors bring expertise and empathy to help your employees or their surviving family members manage the financial implications of losing a loved one.
Providing SurvivorSupport is a reflection of your company’s values. It demonstrates to your employees that you care and are committed to going above and beyond if their family suffers a tragedy.
families supported since 1989*
companies provide SurvivorSupport*
*As of January 1, 2024
SurvivorSupport provides personal financial planning from a dedicated, trained advisor and at least six months of follow-up support to your employees or their loved ones (a spouse, non-spouse or other survivor). We can help survivors navigate through a crisis by:
Sifting through notifications and important documents to streamline the financial implications of a loss
Creating a personal financial plan checklist
Providing estate planning/settlement and insurance guidance
Addressing short- and long-term cash flow concerns
Assisting with company benefits and understanding changes
Explaining obligations and priorities
Offering tax- and Social Security-planning assistance
Our advisors leverage expertise across Goldman Sachs to help those left behind gain clarity, confidence and control over their financial decisions. We partner with your benefits team to help employees or their surviving family members navigate your company’s offerings and policies—reducing the questions directed at your team.
Partner with us to support your human resources and benefits teams, help mitigate risk, demonstrate compassion and generate goodwill among your workforce.
Provide guidance on financial challenges and field concerns that otherwise would be directed to your human resources and benefits team.
Help grieving employees return to work more focused.
Empower survivors to take action on your company benefits.
Generate appreciation for the support your company provides.
Assistance navigating unique estate-settlement considerations for your state.
Organization can help survivors save on attorney and court fees.
Better understand how to access and transfer assets and how to handle the deceased’s debts.
We can help the survivor make informed, tax-efficient decisions.