Take control of your financial future

It’s easy to start saving for retirement today

Now there’s an easy way to save for retirement! The Colorado SecureSavings Program is a flexible, secure, and seamless way to strengthen your financial future. Already enrolled? Set up your account today.

See how it grows

With Colorado SecureSavings, your monthly investment could potentially grow into big savings over time. Use our retirement calculator to see what your financial future could look like.

Build your future with the Colorado SecureSavings Program

Colorado SecureSavings is a retirement savings program that puts you in control of your financial future. This is an opportunity to invest in yourself. With Colorado SecureSavings, you’ll have your own retirement savings account where you control how much you save.

  • It’s easy. Once you’re added to the program, you’ll be signed up automatically for payroll contributions, unless you choose to opt out.

  • You’re in control. Decide how much you’d like to save each month from your paycheck, after taxes are deducted.

  • It’s your money and account. If you change jobs, or leave your job, your money and your account go with you.

  • Map your financial future. Colorado SecureSavings offers tools and resources to help you maximize your savings in retirement and reach your financial goals.

  • It’s smart. Your savings rate will automatically increase by 1% each year until it reaches 8%, unless you choose otherwise.

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Fewer than 40% of non-retired adults think their retirement saving is on track.1 Start saving today.

Have questions?
We have answers in our FAQs.

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Prefer to opt out?

Participation in Colorado SecureSavings is completely voluntary. You can opt out or re-enroll in the program whenever you’re ready.

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References

1. “Report on the Economic Well-Being of US Households in 2019 - May 2020,” U.S. Federal Reserve, 14 May 2020. https://www.federalreserve.gov/publications/2020-economic-well-being-of-us-households-in-2019-retirement.htm