Who are SaverLife members?

SaverLife is a free savings program run by nonprofit organization EARN. Since 2017, over 90,000 people across the country have joined SaverLife – maybe you’re one of them! Here are a few facts about your fellow Savers:

SaverLife members hail from all 50 states.

From the Pacific to the Atlantic, and everywhere in between, your fellow Savers are working to build a better future for themselves and their children.

SaverLife members have diverse backgrounds and life experiences.

SaverLife members come from all backgrounds and walks of life. Many are women and over half are single parents. Some are nearing retirement and trying to figure out a new phase of their life, while some are putting themselves through college and trying to save while managing debt.

When they join SaverLife, many of our members are struggling to save consistently.

When they sign up for SaverLife, 71% of our members say they are not saving, and 51% say their monthly expenses exceed their income. This is a reality for people across the country – possibly you as well.

SaverLife is here to help you save, invest in yourself, and achieve your dreams.


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