Prince George's Saves
Throughout Prince George's County, Prince George's Saves is helping members of our community build wealth through savings and the reduction of debt. Prince George's Saves provides tools and tips to help Prince George's Savers reach their personal financial goals. Membership in Prince George's Saves is free and offers great benefits and incentives.
The best thing that you can do for yourself and your family is to get started now! Don't wait any longer...
Building wealth starts when you set a goal and make a plan to reach that goal. Whatever goal you choose – whether it’s buying a car, buying a house, or getting out from under your debts – learn about proven savings strategies and get simple tips on the best ways to save. Click on the links below to learn how to:
- Get Out of Debt
- Save for a Home
- Save on Auto Purchases
- Save for Emergencies
- Save for Retirement
- Save for Education
Prince George's Saves
c/o Prince George's CASH Campaign
301 Largo Rd B210
Largo, MD 20774
Prince George's CASH Campaign is a coalition of asset building organizations seeking to increase the financial security of Prince George's County residents by expanding opportunities for free tax preparation, financial education and banking and savings.
Partners include non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations, governmental agencies, financial institutions, educational institutions and others,
If your organization supports residents of Prince George's County, please join us.
Prince George's CASH Campaign
(Creating Assets, Savings and Hope)
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