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There are a million reasons why Americans don't save money anymore. Unfortunately, if you're not saving money, you really can't afford to wait for things to change. You need to change instead.
One in five Americans think they will die while still in debt. Is that true or an overreaction?
One in four Americans has more credit card debt than emergency savings, according to a new poll by Bankrate.com.
Studies showthat 21 percent of Americans — 38 percent of those with incomes less than $25,000 — think that winning the lottery represents the most practical way for them to accumulate several hundred thousand dollars.
According to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), 64 percent of Americans would have to go into debt or sell off possessions to cover a $1,000 emergency, due to lack of savings.
It’s startling numbers like these that inspired America Saves Week, a national campaign aimed to encourage individuals and families to build wealth by saving money. Because most Americans today are not saving adequately for retirement, and most lower-income households do not have adequate emergency savings for unexpected expenditures, the message accompanying this national movement is needed now more than ever.
It’s no secret that tough economic times can make saving difficult, which is why America Saves Week 2012, running Feb. 19 to Feb. 26, is focused on a simple set of instructions that – if followed – can make anyone a successful saver. The instructions may sound basic, but they are the foundation for financial success: Set a goal. Make a plan. Save automatically.
Knowing what you want to save for, how to achieve it and then making the savings process automatic will allow you to reach your savings goal. Visit AmericaSaves.org to find more information about America Saves Week. There, you can find savings strategies and you can take the pledge to become an American Saver.
In honor of Financial Literacy Month, financial expert Jean Chatzky answers Patricia's question about opening an IRA.
I know a lot about money. In fact, I know so much about personal finance that I also know when I need help with it.
During unstable economic times, many American consumers find saving difficult. While the lackluster economy has caused more Americans to save more and spend less, the consumer savings rate is still relatively low. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that personal savings dropped from 6.2 percent in May 2009 to 4.7 percent in November 2009. In an effort to promote personal savings, America Saves Week was created as a national campaign to help individuals and families build wealth through saving. This year, America Saves Week is February 21 through 28.
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