Prince William Saves
Join Us! February 26 to March 3, 2018
for Prince William County Saves Week!
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors
together with Virginia Cooperative Extension - Prince William and local savings institutions want to encourage you to
GROW YOUR SAVINGS!
Join Virginia Cooperative Extension Prince William,
PWC Employees Credit Union, Burke & Herbert Bank and United Bank
during Prince William County Saves Week to focus on
Savings to Reach YOUR Financial Goals!
Saving for a rainy day, vacation, paying down debt, or for your secure retirement? You are invited to join us in our 2018 Focus on Savings. There is a simple fix to your lack of savings. When you sign you will receive ideas to help you reach your savings goals. Step one is to Make a Savings Plan. Take the first step by taking the Prince William Saves Pledge.
Building wealth starts when you set a goal.
Whether it’s buying a car, purchasing your first home, or getting out of credit card and other debts. Learn proven savings strategies and the latest tips for personalized savings success. Check out these links to learn more:
- Get Out of Debt
- Save for your First Home
- Save on Auto Purchases
- Be Prepared for Emergencies
- Save for Retirement
- Save for Higher Education
Financial Seminars and Upcoming Events
Finding our Extra Money; Understanding and Improving Your Credit Score; Smart Money Management; Getting Ready for Taxes, Financial Recovery and more offered weekly with Virginia Cooperative Extension
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