How will Sunny Day Fund™ help you?
Imagine if a 401k could be used for emergencies, hobbies or short-term goals.
Grow Your Savings
Be prepared for what’s ahead, rain or shine
Fast, penalty-free and stress-free withdrawals
Get a boost with quarterly deposits from your employer
COVID-19 has shown us how important it is to prepare for the unexpected.
With so much uncertainty surrounding our livelihoods, many Americans have taken a financial hit to support themselves or family members.
Why Sunny Day Fund™ makes sense for your employer:
More savings means less anxiety and more time and flexibility to focus on what’s meaningful in your life.
Promote Financial Health
Less stress at home and on the job
Save for What’s Important
Emergencies, milestones, or vacations
Sustain a Great Community
Investing in employees’ futures builds morale
A peek at your new benefit
Intuitive, pleasant, and easy to use.
Manage your Sunny Day Fund™ account anytime, anywhere.
Set your savings goals easily on a computer or your phone – no need to download an app.
Watch your savings grow.
Track deposits from you and your employer, and access your statements when you want.
Get your money when you need it.
Withdrawals are fast and simple, no paperwork or appointments needed.
Feel good when you save.
With simple nudges and alerts, you’ll feel good about building your Sunny Day Fund™.
Move the slider and select pay frequency to see how Sunny Day Fund® helps you save!
Within a single year, the power of Sunny Day Fund® makes you more resilient than nearly half of America. By the end of year 3, you could be more resilient.
*“Without Sunny Day Fund®” represents a saver making the same contributions per pay period into a standard savings account (which only pays on average 0.03% in annual interest) and the saver spending 25% per quarter (based on studies on savings habits).
**Calculations are based on an employer reward of 20% up to a cap of $400 annually. Your employer may choose to contribute more!
***Results account for an emergency withdrawal in Y1 Q4 for an average car repair bill ($400) and a withdrawal in Y2 Q2 for an average vacation for one person ($800).