Official Rules

  • Limit two (1) entries per person. One (1) through the #NationalSelfieDay contest form and one (1) by taking the America Saves Pledge through the bonus opportunity presented after completing the entry form.
  • Limit (1) prize per household.
  • Must be 18 to enter. Open to U.S. residents only.
  • Two (2) methods of entry: 1) Completing the #NationalSelfieDay contest form at between June 21 and June 23 7, 2017. 2) Via mail by writing your name, phone number, and email address and sending to: America Saves – 1620 Eye Street NW Suite 200, Washington DC, 20006 by June 23, 2017.
  • There is one (1) prize of $100.
  • The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning.
  • One (1) winner will be chosen at random from all who enter between June 21, 2017 at 12:00 a.m. EST and June 23, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
  • Winner will be notified by email and phone and has 72 hours to respond. If no response is received within 72 hours, another winner will be chosen.
  • Prize of $100 will be sent to winner as a check via postal mail.
  • Individuals and family members of those who work at Consumer Federation of America are not eligible to win.
  • Only entries received are eligible to win.
  • Data collected is protected by America Saves’ existing privacy policy.
  • Any and all disputes arising out of or connected with this sweepstakes will be governed by the laws of the District of Columbia.

Tip of the Day

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Jump-Starting a Financial Makeover

Nichelle Johnson, a single mom with two teenage children, knows what it’s like to stretch a dollar. When she moved back to Virginia Beach in 2008, she provided for her family with just a part-time library position.


Starting Over

Until last summer, Michael Lindman spent money freely. “I was a union truck driver for 35 years and had a good income,” said Lindman. “I owned my own home, saved a little, and tried to live within my own budget. You always think there’s going to be that much coming in, but things can change in a split second.”


Getting Out of Debt

In 2004, Tonya Shelton was facing financial ruin. Barely making more than minimum wage and having lost her home to an unexpected family crisis, Shelton and her family were forced to live in a rundown hotel.