National Savings Day is celebrated on October 12 by everyone who values savings and who wants to increase it. It is a day to review and enjoy all of your old and new collections, from the far shelves. The holiday was founded in 2017 by Capital One, making October 12 a day to improve one’s relationship with money.
The holiday was founded in 2017 by Capital One, making October 12 a day to improve one’s relationship with money. It was added to the National Day Calendar that same year.
- Modern technology, along with falling unemployment, helped boost the US stock market in the 1990s.
- In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was passed, allowing ordinary consumers to assert their own rights against big Wall Street corporations.
- In 2017, Congress approved a landmark tax bill that cuts income tax rates but doubles standard deductions and eliminates personal benefits.
How to take part
On this national day, you can review your credit report in order to identify any inaccuracies that can be corrected in time. Every year there is an opportunity to use a free credit report from three credit bureaus: TransUnion, Equifax, Experian. You can also sign up for a free consultation on your debts, which will help you manage your budget more effectively, teach you how to negotiate with creditors, and help you prepare for buying your first home. On October 12, you can also get intangible values, such as pleasant memories and impressions, by attending free cultural and artistic events, such as concerts of your favorite music group or theater performances.
When is National Savings Day celebrated in 2023?
National Savings Day is observed on October 12 each year.