Welcome to Wisconsin Saves
Wisconsin Saves is a statewide initiative devoted to promoting financial awareness and encouraging financial action among people of all economic levels. Through resources and access to diverse products, Wisconsin Saves believes that anyone can build wealth by developing positive spending and saving habits. So don’t wait any longer… enroll in Wisconsin Saves today!
Additional financial awareness workshops and information throughout Wisconsin:
WWBIC offers financial awareness workshops throughout the state of Wisconsin.
(Milwaukee, WI) - Monthly listing of new library books and links on personal finance
Asset Builders of America, Inc. (Statewide) - Posts statewide Financial Awareness workshops along with a great online resource guide
Social Development Center (Milwaukee, WI) - Various workshops held throughout the year
GreenPath Debt Solutions (Milwaukee, WI) - Online and interactive tools and workshops available
Kiplinger (Online Resource) - Gives you resources to get your budget going!
FDIC (Online Resource) - Offers consumer information on building wealth, loans, credit cards and other financial matters
MoneySmart Wisconsin (Statewide) - Posts statewide Financial Awareness workshops along with a great online resource guide
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy (Online Resource) - Online resource tool to help you better manage your money
You can now follow us on Twitter and Facebook! Receive daily tips and advice that will help you be more “Financially Fit”!
Do you want to save for college for your children, grandchildren, or yourself?Learn more about EdVest, Wisconsin's College Savings Program by clicking on the logo below.
Wisconsin Saves Partnership
The Alliance for Economic Inclusion a collaborative effort between FDIC, local financial institutions and community partners. The goal of the partnership is to encourage you to find affordable financial services that meet your family’s needs. For more information, please contact Kevin Smith at Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative 414-263-5450.
"If you're a college student, you can take advantage of college or youth discounts at museums, movie theaters, and even while traveling! Often all you have to do is ask and show your college ID."
-Nicole Lowry, Arlington, VA
Robert Egger, Founder of DC Central Kitchen
Rebecca Kleefisch, Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin