Investing is about getting a head start on tomorrow’s dreams. We asked our Instagram followers what inspires them to save for the future, and this is what they had to say.
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What inspires you to save for the future?

Investing is about getting a head start on tomorrow’s dreams. We asked our Instagram followers what inspires them to save for the future, and this is what they had to say.
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May 20, 2021
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When we asked our investors this question on Instagram, they gave great answers! Some people went big with their responses—caring for their families, financial security—and others went right for the little things that spark joy (we see you, guy who’s saving up for front-row wrestling tickets, and we’re here for that). If you’re looking for inspiration, here’s a big-picture view of what keeps Vanguard investors in it for the long term.


No matter what inspires you to save for the future, we can help you build a portfolio that’s right for your goals. Find your “why”—and let’s get started.

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