SALEM -- Oregonians are living longer. That's a great thing.
But our savings aren't living as long as we are, and that means many people are not able to retire comfortably after a lifetime of work. And according to research, far too many Oregonians haven't even saved a dime.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden and State Treasurer Tobias Read are teaming up in National Retirement Security Week to urge Oregonians to invest in themselves.
At the same time, Wyden and Read are celebrating the upcoming statewide launch of the landmark OregonSaves program, a pioneering Oregon innovation that is the nation's first state-based retirement savings option for workers who don't have an employer plan like a 401(k).
AARP is thrilled to support OregonSaves – a new way to help 1 million Oregonians save for the future.
OregonSaves, run by the state Treasurer’s Office, helps Oregon’s private sector workers save easily at work. This first-in-the-nation auto-enroll program is available to Oregonians who lack access to a retirement savings option at their place of employment.
Here’s how OregonSaves can help:
There’s no need to wait. For many Oregonians, OregonSaves started in October. Register your business, access your personal account, or simply learn more by visiting OregonSaves.com today.
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A brand new saving program was launched to help Oregonians save for retirement.
A business owner in Corvallis is making his employees very happy. He is able to offer them a retirement savings plan through a state program called OregonSaves.
People working in Oregon are now able to save for retirement thanks to a new retirement savings program called OregonSaves.