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Test Your Money Knowledge During America Saves Week

Currently, most Americans don’t save enough money for retirement or don’t have enough saved for emergency expenses like home or car repairs. If you’re in that position, you have a chance to take a look at your saving habits and learn ways you can make your financial future more stable during America Saves Week.

You can start by assessing your current savings progress:

  • Do you know your net worth — the total amount of your assests minus your debts?
  • Do you have a spending plan in place with specific goals?
  • Do you have credit card debt?
  • Do you save a portion of your tax refunds, gifts or other windfall payments?
  • Are you building equity in a home?

Based on your answers to these and other questions, you’ll get advice on next steps you can take to form a strong savings plan.

Learn more about America Saves Week and how to test your money saving knowledge.

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