Annual campaign focuses on helping Americans build financial resilience
NASHVILLE – The Securities Division of the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) is proud to announce its work as a presenting sponsor of America Saves Week (Feb. 21-25, 2022), an annual national campaign that encourages individuals and families to check-in on their finances by highlighting several key areas that contribute to financial stability such as saving automatically, preparing for unexpected expenses, retirement and reducing debt.
TDCI’s Securities Division returns as a participating sponsor of America Saves Week in 2022 alongside more than 1,000 other participating organizations in order to help raise awareness of the importance of saving money, reducing debt and building wealth.
“With so many Americans still feeling financial distress from the pandemic, this national conversation is timely and needed,” said TDCI Assistant Commissioner for the Securities Division Elizabeth Bowling. “We look forward to supporting Tennesseans in gaining better savings habits and getting key strategies that enhance their financial wellness journey.”
Throughout America Saves Week, TDCI’s Securities Division will be sharing information with consumers and stakeholders using social media posts, videos and blog entries to raise awareness among Tennessee consumers of the importance of building financial resilience. Each day of America Saves Week will have a theme that will be reflected in that day’s message. The week’s messages are as follows:
- Save Automatically | Monday, February 21, 2022
- Save For the Unexpected | Tuesday, February 22, 2022
- Save For Retirement | Wednesday, February 23, 2022
- Save By Reducing Debt | Thursday, February 24, 2022
- Save as a Family | Friday, February 25, 2022
By participating in America Saves Week, consumers will be encouraged to navigate through different areas of their finances to help them better position themselves for financial success. By the end of the week, both short and long-term savings goals will be addressed as well as the best strategies for saving successfully.
For more information, visit tn.gov/securities today.