A Quarter Saved…

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

American Saver 15.3 Just Published

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

American Saver 15.4 Now Available

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

American Saver 16.1 Just Published

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Another Dream Realized

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Fall 2014 American Saver Now Available

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

High Schoolers Win Big with Essays on Saving

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Inspired to Build Savings By Starting Small

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Inspired to Build Savings By Starting Small

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

News from Local Campaigns

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

News From Local Campaigns, Fall 2015

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

News from Local Campaigns, Summer 2014

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Six Simple Steps to Jump-start Your Emergency Fund

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Spring 2015 American Saver Now Available

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Taking Back Control Over Finances

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

What’s the Best Way to Save? Automatically!

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Winter 2015 American Saver Now Available

Tammy G. Bruzon · 24 June 2018

Tip of the Day

  • In 2012, the average credit card debt among adults aged 65+ was $9,283.

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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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Saving Early: Key to Successful Future

For Johnnie Lovett, a Young Illinois Saver, saving has been a habit since he was a teenager. “As a teenager, I was responsible for buying certain things with my allowance,”

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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.”

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