Easily enroll and start saving through elective paycheck deferrals.
Get employer matches and bonuses1 for enrolling and hitting your savings goals.
Access additional employer benefits and resources that can help you in a time of need.
1 Employer matches and bonuses are at the discretion of each employer and may not be offered by all employers.
Web, Android, and iOS apps for employee convenience
Your company can provide you with payroll matches, signup, and milestone bonuses
Easy signup process — so you can get started right away
Dedicated support staff to help you and you co-workers when they need
Customizable employee resources in our portal to articles, other employee benefits, and company resources
Your company can design a plan that best meets your and your co-workers needs
Join our employee waitlist to register your interest in a SecureSave ESA
56% of employees sign up for the SecureSave program on average and 85% of funds are retained4
SecureSave offers the features you want in an emergency savings account, including:
- A free account
- FDIC insurance2
- An interest rate, so your money grows
- Employer incentives, including sign-up bonus, paycheck match, and milestone bonuses available3
2 SecureSave is not a bank. Banking services, including FDIC insurance, are provided by Wells Fargo N.A. and Stearns Bank N.A.
3 Availability of incentives is based on your employer and may not apply in all situations.
4 Statistics on employee sign-up rate and fund retention are from internal SecureSave data cited here.
The average American can’t cover even a relatively small emergency — needing to borrow money or utilize a credit card instead.5
The annual rate of 401(k) hardship withdrawals has climbed to a several-year-high of 2.4% due to rises in interest rates, inflation, and other factors.6
When compared to other benefits like HSAs, student loan repayment, and mental health support, ESAs were most popular.7
6 According to data from Fidelity in 2023, via CBS News.
7 SecureSave study published August 2023
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It’s easy to get started with SecureSave. Once your company is signed up, you can get started in just two minutes.
You'll receive an invitation email with a link to sign up — click the link to take you to SecureSave and you'll create your account.
Once you've created your account, you'll want to link your bank account. You can link either a checking or savings account.
Your employer will have a default contribution, in many cases required to earn a match. Choose what you'd like to contribute from each paycheck. Then you're ready to start saving.
After you've set everything up, you're ready to start saving with SecureSave — watch the emergency savings start to build up.
Learn why now is the time for Emergency Savings Accounts in our whitepaper