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My Secure Advantage is a free program available to provide employees with tools and coaching to support you in reaching your financial goals. You have access to a Money Coach, calculators, webinars and others resources to help with creating a budget, paying down debt, planning for retirement and more!

It provides 90 days of free, confidential telephone-based coaching, access to your own personal, confidential, and unbiased Money Coach and other resources to support your financial wellness. My Secure Advantage is available to all King County employees. Spouses and partners are welcome to participate on the coaching calls.

The amount King County pays for your My Secure Advantage will be subject to a fringe benefit tax, according to the Internal Revenue Service fringe tax regulations. If you have questions about this taxable fringe benefit, please contact  Benefits, Payroll and Retirement Operations at 206-684-1556 or

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How to participate

Sign-up by phone 

Call 1-888-874-7290 if you have questions or are ready to sign up for the Money Coach program. To schedule your first appointment, call and speak with My Secure Advantage's intake team, Monday - Friday from 6 a.m. - 5 p.m. PST. All subsequent appointments are coordinated directly with your Money Coach at the conclusion of each consultation. Money Coaches conduct consultations Monday - Friday from 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. PST.

Sign-up online

Visit the MSA website and click “get started” to open an account and enroll in Money Coach services, webinars, and more. When asked for your Employee ID, enter your PeopleSoft number.

Additional resources

Learn more about other finance-related benefits offered through King County

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