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How to save at any age


Is there a right way to start saving?

We all remember stashing away coins in a piggy bank as one of the first ways we learned to save. It is also common for most people to open a savings account once they start their first job. Fortunately, there are plenty of other ways to save at any point in your life.

Find out what your needs are.

It is important to find a savings account that fits your needs, and you don’t have to open just one. If you are a parent and are looking to teach your child about savings, a youth savings account would benefit your family more than a traditional savings account.

A youth savings account is designed for kids under 18 years old and eliminates the fees that would come along with other savings accounts. These accounts typically come with low balance requirements and incentives that encourage kids to save.

You don’t have to be an adult to start saving! But you are never too old to start saving either. If you are just starting your savings journey, ask yourself “What am I saving for?” before you open a savings account. This will help you decide which account is right for you.

Depending on your needs, the benefits of a traditional savings account could work for you or if you want to prepare for planned or unplanned medical expenses, the benefits of a health savings account could be beneficial in your savings journey.

Let’s review:

Start saving today. When it comes to saving, it is important to find a savings account that fits your needs, and you can save at any age. Make sure you understand the details that go along with that account and talk to your banker if you have questions.

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