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Congratulations

Written by Katie Bryan · 26 March 2014

You have now completed this savings module. Your employer will have more information for you on how to open an account and set up direct deposit. 

 

Step 3: Pledge to Save

Written by Katie Bryan · 26 March 2014

 

 

                                

Step 1: Complete the Survey

Written by Katie Bryan · 26 March 2014

Step 2: Watch the Video

Written by Katie Bryan · 26 March 2014

                                                                                                         

For First Time Workers

Written by Katie Bryan · 26 March 2014

Congratulations on starting your new job!

As part of your orientation, your employer wants to help you set up a way to save money successfully. There are three parts to this saving section. First we will ask you a few questions, then you will watch a short video on why saving money is important, and at the end you will take the savers pledge where you will pick a savings goal and create a plan to save. 

Tip of the Day

  • Written by Katie Bryan | December 14, 2013

    Set a goal, make a plan, #save automatically - pledge to #save today! http://ow.ly/ksLWb

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