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Having adequate savings on hand for financial emergencies can ensure that a short-term setback doesn’t turn into a long-term financial crisis.  And for most people, planning and achieving and long-term goals also requires savings and investments.  In fact, savings should be the cornerstone of your financial plan.  Learn how to protect your financial future by saving for both goals and emergencies.


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If you are like most people, your 401(k) account represents your largest savings account. When you need to access funds in a personal financial crisis, it’s understandable why you may consider borrowing from your 401(k) account or withdrawing from your 401(k) or IRA.

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If you want to achieve financial security, consider an emergency fund your safety net. Generally, an emergency savings account is the first savings goal a family should have.

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Why should I save for retirement? What is an emergency fund and why do I need one? How should I review my personal savings plan to make sure I’m on track?

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Good personal financial plans involve personal savings plans, such as 401(k) accounts, 529s, and emergency funds. Some of these terms can be confusing, especially because they are often named after sections of tax code. Following are some of the most common personal savings terms.

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Consumers who are dealing with debt may feel that there isn’t a dime to spare. Yet, personal financial experts agree that establishing an emergency savings cushion can make the difference between a minor financial setback and a major financial disaster.

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If you are working toward saving money, one of the savings vehicles you may want to consider is a savings account. A savings account is relatively uncomplicated, but there are definitely some things to consider and evaluate before choosing and opening one.

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Have you ever seen your savings account balance dwindle to nothing and feel like you could not build it up yet again? Or did that last emergency drain your savings to an all time low?

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Americans often find that their retirement savings accounts, usually their largest personal financial asset, can remain with a former employer well after they’ve severed ties. If you’ve transferred jobs more than once, you may find yourself with several retirement accounts at various employers.

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Some household expenses come every year—whether you’re ready or not. Often, we know when these events will occur, but still fail to plan for them.

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Many Americans look forward to their retirement years, which can be a time for traveling, spending time with family, or enjoying a vacation home. In order to enjoy your retirement to the fullest, you’ll need to have an appropriate level of savings to get you through many years without a steady stream of income.

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