By now you’ve probably heard about how much money you’ll save by cutting your expenses and saving for the next decade or two.
Now, a new bank savings plan called the Outer Banks Savings Plan may have you thinking about your financial future, too.
The plan, launched on Thursday by the Outer Islands Savings Bank in New Zealand, is the first of its kind in the world.
The plan, designed to help people on the islands, is based on a model called the “sustainable living model,” which means it’s designed to provide more financial security to residents in developing countries than any other plan.
It’s also the first plan to offer an affordable way to help support the island’s poorest residents, and will be open to the public.
The Outer Banks savings plan is designed to enable people in developing economies to build sustainable living assets and assets that support their families and communities.
Here’s how it works: The plan’s goal is to provide basic financial security for people on both sides of the Pacific to sustain their livelihoods and provide a means of survival for people living in developing regions.
For example, the plan will provide the first-ever financial aid package to people living on the island of Manus Island, which is currently experiencing the worst flooding in its history.
People who live in the island can receive an additional $50 a month in financial aid for the first year, which will be used to purchase groceries, rent a home or buy essentials such as housing and water.
It will also provide up to $1,000 for essential items such as a stove, toilet and toilet paper.
The island’s residents are also eligible to receive $20 a month for emergency expenses, such as food, clothing and shelter.
The funds will also be used for essential goods, including fuel, fuel for generators and the purchase of cooking equipment and household supplies.
The island’s government is currently operating with about half of the money coming from a government-backed fund.
The money will also go towards the costs of providing essential goods to people on Manus.
The fund is designed as a transitional aid program to help residents on the Island of Nauru and the Australian Virgin Islands transition to life on their own.
“People who are on the Manus island are currently struggling financially and facing a financial crisis.
Their only option is to rely on the Government for emergency aid, which can cost $20 to $50 per month,” the plan’s website says.
“The funds can help people who are living on Manis Island to purchase essential goods and help them build their savings and financial security.”
The Outer Islands plan is being developed by the island government, the Government of the Northern Territory, the NT Government and the NT Business Council.
The Northern Territory is also responsible for the development of the plan, with the NT government and the Northern Territories government acting as lead agencies.
“The Outer Lands is the perfect opportunity for the NT to take on this challenge and to show our leadership in sustainable living,” NT Chief Minister Peter Dunne said in a statement.
“We have seen an amazing economic opportunity, which we have been working hard to secure.
I know that the Government has been committed to supporting this development and to supporting the people of the northern territories.”
The plan’s launch comes just days after the United Nations declared the island state of Nantucket as a world heritage site.
The world heritage committee, a global body that reviews all major global landmarks, has called for a “strong, credible, and transparent national plan” for the island nation.
The NT government is hoping the Outer Lands plan will inspire others to consider the island as an opportunity to build financial security and resilience.
“We are looking forward to working with the Northern Land Council, the community, and the government of the NT and other partners to support the plan,” a spokesman for the Outer Isles Savings Bank said in an email.