Save 10 is a business to business, peer to peer effort to encourage responsible employers to help their employees better prepare for a secure retirement by enabling them to Save 10% of their income, including through automatic savings programs.
SAVE 10 is a coalition of best-in-class employers and resource partners who offer, are committed to offering, or are helping Americans achieve retirement security through Saving 10%.
Learn more about Save 10 at Save10.org
Video Contest winner announced!
“Sally's Lemonade” – Paige Rood, Utah
The response to our Save 10 $tories Video Contest was huge! And after your votes were tallied, we have a winner. Congratulations to Paige Rood from Utah State University who takes home the grand prize of ,000! “Sally’s Lemonade” tells the story of a girl named Sally who saved 10% of her earnings from a lemonade stand toward retirement. The end result is a strong, successful financial future. Thanks to Paige and all our contestants who showed America who, when, why, and how anyone can Save 10.
The Save 10 Stories Video Contest top 10 finalists have been named. Meet the contestants below, and decide which video shows the most creative way who, when, why or how anyone can save 10% of their income toward retirement. Cast your vote for your favorite video here from Wednesday, February 10, 2016 through Friday, February 19, 2016. The grand...
The Save 10 Stories Video Contest top 10 finalists have been named. Meet the contestants below, and decide which video shows the most creative way who, when, why or how anyone can save 10% of their income toward retirement. Cast your vote for your favorite video here (www.save10.org/#voting) from Wednesday, February 10, 2016 through Friday,...
Save 10, a coalition and financial education initiative founded by the Financial Services Roundtable, will open public voting on the top 10 videos in its the Save 10 Video Stories contest on Wednesday, February 10. Finalists in the top 10 are from around the country, including Utah, Illinois, Massachusetts, Ohio, Colorado, Kansas and California.
Chances are, you woke up this morning to learn you weren’t the winner of the Powerball’s $1.5 billion lottery. Life will go on as usual (unless you emptied your savings on Powerball tickets…then not so much).
I recently wrote about taking some time to remember yourself this holiday season. I noted that the average American spends $765 on holiday gifts and how by taking just a small amount of that to put into a retirement account — say $50 a month — can grow to thousands of dollars if you start early enough.