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Give yourself the gift of a secure retirement by saving all or part of your refund in a myRA. You’ll thank yourself later.
During National Retirement Security Week, take a minute to consider if you're on the path to a secure financial future.
This year, part-time workers and those without benefits have access to tools that can help them positively impact their financial future.
If you work for a small business, you may not have access to a 401(k). With myRA®, you can start saving for retirement today, no matter where you work.
Less than 25 percent of Americans say they are satisfied with their personal financial condition. The good news: there are simple things you can do right now to improve your financial outlook.
Small Business Saturday is an annual event that encourages people to “shop small” by supporting local small businesses. This is also the first year myRA has been widely available across the United States, and we’re excited that it’s poised to help strengthen these small businesses.
Saving for retirement could lower your taxes. myRA makes it easy to save for retirement; you can even direct your tax refund into your myRA account in 3 easy steps.
Workers in many different industries face a common problem: barriers to saving. Learn more about why myRA was developed and how it can help.
The New Year presents the perfect chance for a fresh start, and many will wisely seize this opportunity with a money-related resolution.
Let extraordinary women who made remarkable strides in the financial world inspire you to take action to improve your future.
Fund your myRA account from your paycheck or from your checking or savings account. You can also direct all or part of your federal tax refund to your myRA account when you file your taxes.
Meet two tax filers who used their refunds to start saving with myRA, as well as the organization that helped them take this important first step toward secure financial futures.
As a young professional, Charlea wasn't thinking about saving for retirement when she started working at Visions Hair Salon. The owner's determination to help his employees take control of their futures changed her mind.
A focus on family is one of the reasons Coral Gables La Salle Cleaners encourages its employees to make plans for the future by saving any amount they can.
The owner even opened a myRA account for herself so she could try it out before recommending it to her workers.
A husband-and-wife duo discovered that myRA is a safe savings option that allows them to contribute money whenever they choose
Retirement savings can seem out of reach for many child care workers who are often young, working for very small businesses (or self-employed), and without a lot of extra income.
Owner Tim Galea knows what it's like to work hard all day, and he's recognized that saving money at work isn't always easy. In order to help his small-business employees start thinking about retirement, he introduced them to myRA.
Danielle Vogel has built her business on one core idea: make it easy to do the right thing. This extends to Glen’s participation in myRA®.
Owner and CEO Sonja Hubbard sees an opportunity to be a force for good on an even larger scale: by encouraging her employees to sign up for myRA, a new retirement savings account.
Like all families, the people at this independent insurance agency look out for each other, share their interests and passions and swap good advice – like saving for retirement.
Given its rustic location in the rolling wooded hills 50 miles east of Cleveland, OH, people might be surprised to learn how Woodworks is on the cutting edge of expanding financial opportunities for their employees.
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