In cooperation with its public school district clientele, TDS’ campaign explains the advantage of starting early and making consistent contributions to a voluntary retirement account as well as providing smart budgeting tips on how public school employees can find the money to invest today for a more secure future tomorrow.
Now in its sixth year, this weeklong event has been established by the U.S. Congress to promote retirement savings and encourage employees to save in their employer-sponsored plans, a press release said.
“National Save for Retirement Week brings awareness to all workers about the importance of saving now for a secure future tomorrow,” said Lisa Brumfield, CEO of TDS, in the announcement. “We encourage public school employers and state governments across the nation to get involved in this worthwhile effort by launching education campaigns for their employees.”
TDS participates in National Save for Retirement Week by providing public school employers and city and county municipalities with materials and assistance in planning events and activities during the week that allow them to reach out to their employees about the importance of saving.For more information, visit http://www.TDSgroup.org.