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Saving Center

Your future is now

Save more today for the life you want tomorrow.

Make your future a priority by taking action to save today

Saving facts

Every step you make to keep more cash, dig out of debt, or save for retirement helps you build a stronger, more stable financial future.

Source: 20+ Shocking American savings statistics [2023]; Average personal savings accounts, demographics, and facts,, February 16, 2023.

The average American savings account balance is $4,500

42% have less than $1,000 in savings

49% would not be able to cover a $400 emergency expense today

10% have no savings

What are you saving for?

It’s never too late to put your future on a better financial path. You can accomplish this with small steps – but you need to take action. We can show you how.

Keeping more cash

Dig out of debt

Take action for tomorrow

Save for retirement

Creating a financial plan of action is the first step toward reaching your short-term and long-term goals. If you’re not sure how to get started, here are a few things to consider based on your current age. 

Under 35

  1. If you don’t have a retirement savings plan, start one today. Enroll in your workplace retirement plan.
  2. Once you start saving, increase your contributions every year, if possible.
  3. Create a budget to track your spending.
  4. Start early to take advantage of compound interest.

Ages 50 and up

  1. Ensure you have the right investment mix to meet your goals.
  2. Catch-up contributions allow more tax-deferred savings.
  3. Review your Social Security information.
  4. Create a plan to live on your savings when you stop working.

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