Jun 29, 2018
Stash Explains: How to Save Money in Your 20s
Emergency funds, budgeting, retirement? You’ve got this.
Greetings, young America! You’re young, you’ve got dreams, and you’re ready to take the world by storm.
Sure you’ve got bills, student loan debt, and maybe, two or three roommates. And yes, you may not be at your dream job (yet). But you’ve got something special. Time to learn, make good habits, and get smarter about your finances.
We know it can all seem intimidating. We’re here to let you that you can get your money life together, and you can start today.
Stash’s own product manager Andre Barczuk and copywriter Victoria Spagnuolo are here to explain it all and answer the question on everyone’s mind—how to save in your 20s.
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