Did you know that August 14 is National Financial Awareness Day? I bet you didn’t. The goal of the day is to create healthy investing habits so that people can find financial stability all the way into retirement. 50% of American households live paycheck-to-paycheck, and 58% of households have $1,000 saved. Raising awareness and helping people reclaim their financial lives is what this day is all about. Celebrate this Financial Awareness Day with FranSave by owning a franchise. We can help make your investment dreams a reality.
National Financial Awareness Day - A Brief History
No one really knows when National Financial Awareness Day began. Most think it started in 1946 when John Biggins created the first-ever bank card called the ‘Charge It’. Whatever the reason, it’s a day to recognize all things finance and start actively thinking about your current spending habits. Everyone can transform their financial world by focusing on how they spend their money and trying to make lasting changes. Buying a franchise is a brilliant way to invest in your future and mark this National Financial Awareness Day. Visit our site so we can find the perfect franchise fit for you.
Why Is It Important to Recognize National Financial Awareness Day?
The two main reasons to recognize National Financial Awareness Day this year are:
Three Ways to Celebrate National Financial Awareness Day
If you’re ready to transform your financial life, then join us on August 14 to celebrate. Here are three of the best ways to honor this year’s National Financial Awareness Day.
Why wait until August 14 to start celebrating National Financial Awareness Day? Start investing in your future today. Contact FranSave on 844-476-7776 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also complete this contact form to request more information. Whether you’re interested in franchising your business or buying one, we can help you. We are happy to answer your questions to help you invest in the future you and your loved ones deserve.
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