Infographics about money, jobs, unemployment and more.

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Where Does All That Money Go? Infographic of Consumer Spending

Consumer spending infographic

Data from the Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CE) measure how consumers allocate their spending among the various areas of their lives. Not surprisingly, housing is the number one expenditure, followed by transportation. Here is where consumers are spending money. Average expenditures and income of all consumer units*: Income before taxes          $73,207 Average […]

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SafetyNet Expands to Michigan!

Michigan state of savings infographic

Today is a big day as we get ready to launch in the car capital of the world! From those who work in the auto industry to those in manufacturing and beyond, we’re excited to bring SafetyNet’s job loss and disability insurance to residents of The Great Lakes State. It’s our mission to bring financial […]

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SafetyNet Launches in Oklahoma!

Oklahoma state of savings infographic

We’re so excited to be launching in the Sooner State today, helping to improve the financial well-being of the 1.8 million workers employed in Oklahoma! From those living in Oklahoma City to the Great Plains, our mission is to bring Okies greater peace of mind over their financial future. As with all the states in […]

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SafetyNet is Now Available in Colorado!

Colorado state of savings infographic

We’re thrilled to announce that today SafetyNet is now available to residents of The Centennial State! From the Rocky Mountains to the Mile High City, we’re pleased to offer hard-working Coloradans the opportunity to protect their income in the case of an unexpected job loss or disability, and help people sleep better at night knowing […]

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The State of Savings: Missouri

Missouri state of savings infographic

Hello Show Me State! As of today, we’re excited to officially offer SafetyNet job loss and disability insurance to hard-working residents of Missouri. No matter if you’re a Royals fan or root for the Cardinals, SafetyNet has you covered in the case you experience an unexpected loss of income. It’s our mission to help hard-working […]

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Impact of Student Debt on Young Employees

the impact of student debt on young employees infographic

Young workers are worried about repaying their student debt, according to a recent survey by American Student Assistance®, a private nonprofit dedicated to eliminating finance as a barrier to education. They are highly stressed out about debt, which is impacting their productivity at work. The Young Workers and Student Debt survey polled 502 young workers […]

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16 Reasons You Need an Emergency Fund

16 Reasons You Need an Emergency Fund

1. Job Loss Whether you are unexpectedly laid off or fired, or you have to leave a job for personal reasons, living without a paycheck is extremely stressful. You need a stash of cash to make ends meet between jobs. 2. Hours or Salary Cut Maybe you still have a job, but your salary or […]

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10 Habits to Become a Highly Successful Saver

Infgraphic 10 Habits to Become a Highly Successful Saver

Start creating these 10 habits to become a highly successful saver. 1. Making Savings a Priority Put aside a certain amount each month for your savings account, and make it automatic so you don’t even have to think about it. 2. Not Spending Your Raise This is one of the best opportunities to pay off […]

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Life with a SafetyNet (and without)

Life with a SafetyNet and without a SafetyNet

Check out our infographic featuring two stories of Dave, who unexpectedly got laid off from his job. As you can see, life with a SafetyNet is a lot easier. Do you have a financial safety net in place? PSIC-P1.0-B2-013018

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27 Awesome Ways to Spend $5

27 awesome ways to spend $5 infographic

At SafetyNet™, we’re big on saving money. Saving brings security, happiness and peace of mind. But spending money is a part of life and also something that brings joy. The key with spending wisely is focusing on the true value of your purchases and using your dollars in a way that will maximize your happiness—not […]