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Vermont Saves

Vermont Saves believes in Vermonters. Vermonters are hard-working people and we have goals. Some of us want to buy a new car so we can get to the job that feeds our family, some of us would like to do some home repairs after a long winter, others would like to invest in their small business, many in their children's education or maybe paying off your own education. Vermont Saves is here to guide you towards your goal because we believe Vermonters should have the resources to make their goals a reality. Pledge to save for your financial goal and get free weekly expert advice as well as access to savings tools.   

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For more information contact: Laura Koes as (802)-476-8493 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Learn more from our very own Vermont Saves blog


Savings Strategies:

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:

Vermont Saves Coalition Partners:

Capstone

 

VSECU

 

CVOEO

               Vermont State Treasurer

 

 

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The Gift of Homeownership

Quaneka Willis, a single mother of three children, was receiving rental assistance through the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee when she decided to take control of her finances. So, in September of 2013 she attended the Make Your Money Talk program and pledged as a Wisconsin Saver. In less than 12 months, she had maximized her savings and was beginning the process of purchasing her first home.

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Coping with a Lost Job

Aimee Shaffer worked as a Public Service News Director for radio for years until one day her employer downsized the company, resulting in hundreds of lost jobs, including Aimee’s.

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Challenging Herself to Save

It all started when Marchale Burton overheard Alabama cooperative extension colleague Isaac Chappelle, coordinator of Alabama Saves, explaining how saving just a little bit – even change – is all it takes to become a saver. “I thought about that,” Burton said, “and wanted to see if it would work.” So, she challenged herself to see how much change she could save.

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