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Plan Your Future

The guide to saving money for key milestones

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This article is part of Chase’s #SavingIt movement, where we are encouraging people to save money to help them reach their goals.

Between weddings, buying a home and eventually retiring, there are a lot of big life moments to save for. In the stories below, Chase offers ideas on how to make the most of your money for your next big milestone.

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Here's what to do with that wedding cash

For many, wedding money is their first influx of cash, and it can be hard to decide the best use for it. Here are ideas for how to manage and make the most of your windfall to make the most of your money.

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How to spend smart for your dream wedding

It's easy to get swept up in the excitement of planning a fairytale wedding. But spending too much could turn your "happily ever after" into agony ever after. So be smart when planning your wedding.

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How Americans save for retirement, and how it's changed

Research shows that millennials are starting to save for retirement 17 years earlier than their baby boomer parents did. Saving for retirement has changed a lot. This timeline explains how.

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6 savings strategies for new homebuyers

No matter your income level, saving for a home within reach will set you on a better financial path. How long it takes will vary depending on your finances. These tips can help.

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6 savings tips for new parents—from experienced parents

Becoming a parent is challenging for many reasons—and money issues are high among them. One strategy: Learn from those who have gone before you. These are some budgeting insights from other new parents.

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Setting up recent grads for financial freedom

When college graduates head off to new careers, parents hope it signals the end of financial support. In the months and years after graduation, there's a lot that parents can do to encourage financial independence.

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