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Social Security and America Saves Week

February 28, 2020 • By

Last Updated: February 28, 2020

This year, America Saves Week (ASW) runs from February 24 through 29. The week is an opportunity for organizations to promote good financial habits. It’s also a great time for people to assess their own saving status, as planning and saving are key to a successful retirement.

ASW is the perfect time to promote our shared mission of helping millions of people prepare for their future. Join the #ASW20 movement by using this hashtag when posting about your savings goals.

It’s never too early to start planning for your retirement. Set a goal, make a plan, and save automatically. Savers with a plan are twice as likely to save successfully. Pledge to save for America Saves Week.

To help you with your retirement saving goals, we have many tools for retirement planning. You can access our online information and resources on our website.

It’s never too late for you to begin saving. Younger workers may think they have time to put off saving for their future, but the sooner they begin, the more their money can grow. Our website for young workers has resources that can help you secure today and tomorrow.

 


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Darlynda Bogle, Assistant Deputy Commissioner

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  1. Bordløber

    Wonderful resources!
    Danish people are constantly looking for new products and know what is needed for christening, confirmation, and wedding. But even ordinary parties or round birthdays can be made unique with different decorations on the table or in the party room

  2. ilene

    Re: Social Security and America Saves Week. Pathetic boilerplate verbiage; complete lack of any useful information to help people save. At a minimum, should include reliable retirement calculators.

  3. Mira S.

    Your help is very much essential for every persons life which is violated ,harassment and dominant person at the society this place is really very wider for judgement and observation for protecting their rights,,

  4. Shafie Y.

    Dear sir: why you excluded seniior citizens who live abroad from acsessing their information online. Simply because they don’t,t have mailinig address in US.
    We need your help the most. If you see the TSP home page they don’t exclude any member and they deal with billions of dollars trading online with very high level of security.

  5. Bonnie W.

    I doubt anyone on SS can have a comfortable living let alone save money.
    we need a better rise in SS per month.

  6. James C.

    “Applicant did not respond quick enough”! We are off to a good start.

    I would like the missing links:
    – How to file for disability.
    – What to file with your disability application.

    What does your rule book say about someone with spinal sclerosis (birth defect), a BSBA in Logistics, who is dying, and has been informed that his disability has been reduced effective March 1, 2020.

    I look forward to your reply.

  7. MARIE O.

    Wonderful resources! Thank you!

    Ostlund Wealth
    University Place, WA

  8. Paul w.

    What’s going on with my Social security 317- 62- 3376 I sent a letter and haven’t gotten anything yet?

  9. Tammy C.

    Why dose the My social security ask questions from 2014, I don’t what happened that year. Because that I can not join My Social Security app. And phone numbers that I don’t remember. So each time I try to make an a account it blocks me out. I’m already on SSDI, but I still can not join. So what is the deal? Ask questions that people can remember not from 6 years ago.

  10. Mel A.

    SS provides a great base of income for retirement security.
    Extra savings are essential for a financially secure retirement.
    Long live SOCIAL SECURITY
    Protect it from negative changes
    Mel

    • Sharon P.

      I agree! Sharon Penrod

      • Thomas C.

        A like. It. Could i find what

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