Nearly 3 in 5 Americans don’t have $1,000 saved. Ensure your employees aren’t one of them with Sunny Day Fund®
Why Emergency Savings as a Benefit?
Savers within a 700-person employer had 33% less turnover relative to overall turnover from Jan – Sep 2023 (p<0.05). Based on Sunny Day Fund Customer Analysis.
Fewer Loans & Withdrawals
CFPB found 59% of people withdrew early from their retirement savings when they had no emergency savings, compared to 9% who had saved for at least one month.
More Resilient & Healthy
People scored 10 points higher in their CFPB Financial Well-being Scores and reported lower stress when they saved for at least $1,000 versus having no savings.
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Improve financial well-being, lower stress, and achieve financial inclusion & health equity with emergency savings.
Save for rain or shine, withdraw when needed, earn employer-sponsored cash rewards, and achieve your financial goals.
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