Financial Engines Boston

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Boston Office

28 State St,
Boston, MA 02109


Life at Financial Engines, Boston


Our team is oriented toward what's best for us all, not individual interests. We believe that the right answer is the one that puts people first, and that virtues like old-fashioned goodness are prerequisites to greatness.

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Commuting

Given we are in the heart of Boston, you may be thinking about the commute!  A few points to consider: 

Our office is walking distance and the halfway point for both South Station (.6 miles) and North Station (.6 miles) train terminals offering commuter rail services for those coming from the suburbs.

Local commuters using the T take the Green Line - to the Government Center stop, the Orange Line – to the State Street stop, or the Red Line – to the Park Street stop.

Our employees coming from New Hampshire take the Boston Express and those coming from the South Shore area take the Commuter Boat.

Have to drive?

Parking is available at Government Center Garage, 75 State Street, or Dock Square Parking Garage, 20 Clinton Street (next to the Hard Rock Café on the edge of Faneuil Hall).

Finally, we offer a great commuter benefit through the Commuter Check® program.  Use your pre-tax dollars (subject to monthly limits determined by the IRS) to pay for your commuting expenses, and you can reduce your commuting costs by up to 40%! This program allows you to purchase a variety of products to use when commuting, and the best part is, you can elect to have your order recur each month and receive confirmations by email.


Where to Eat

Don't read this if you're hungry, you've been warned.

Boston is a destination for foodies from around the world. Buttery lobster rolls on toasted brioche. Bowls of steaming clam chowder. Cool slices of Boston cream pie.

If you get hungry on the job, we're steps away from all of the above, plus pizza, sandwiches, salads, and Mediterranean, Mexican, and Italian restaurants. And we are across the street from Faneuil Hall Marketplace, where many lunch hours have been wasted debating what to order.     


What to Do

Boston isn’t boring. As one of the oldest cities in the United States, it’s had plenty of time to rack up the must-see sites. Here's a shortlist of our favorites:  

The New England Aquarium leads the world in ocean exploration, marine conservation and close encounters with alien-looking creatures. If you’re a baseball person, you really should see a game at quirky Fenway Park, the country’s oldest stadium. History buffs shouldn’t miss Boston Common, founded in 1634, where you’ll hear the echoes of history being made. Just north of Boston is Cambridge, home to MIT and Harvard. The town teems with bookstores, museums and places to wander. You’ll be tempted to practice your Boston accent in Hahvuhd Yahd—please don’t.