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 Financial Services Roundtable announced a drive Monday called “Save 10” to prod employers to get workers to save at least 10 percent of their pay through 401(k) auto-enrollment, auto-escalation and increased employer pension contributions.
In a campaign to urge more employers to offer 401(k) retirement plans or beef up existing plans, the Financial Services Roundtable is inviting employers to become a Save 10 employer. “It’s kind of like the Good Housekeeping seal of approval,” says former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty who heads up the lobbying group.
With more than half of Americans not saving enough for retirement, the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) announced a new national initiative today, “Save 10”, which 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...
Tim Pawlenty: How much to save for retirement is one of the most important financial decisions in a person’s life. Yet, more than half of Americans aren’t saving enough, or even at all, for retirement.