Annual Savings Survey Reveals Continuing Decline in Family Finaces But Also a Successful Savings Strategy

Hundreds of National and Local Organizations Join 6th Annual America Saves Week to Encourage and Assist Personal Saving

Washington, DC -- The fifth annual national survey assessing household saving revealed that, despite hopeful macroeconomic signs, an increasing number of Americans are having difficulty saving to meet goals ranging from meeting emergencies to affording retirement. Over the past three years, the number who spend less than their income and save the difference, are building home equity, have adequate emergency savings, and think they are saving enough for retirement has declined. However, the survey also revealed that having a savings plan has beneficial financial effects, even for lower-income families.

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Courtesy of America Saves, Consumer Federation of America, and American Savings Education Council

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