AID is offering $25,000 in personal savings to borrowers who need help with the debt crisis

AID, the insurance company that manages millions of Americans’ investments, is offering a $25 for each $1 of personal savings the borrowers make.

The $25 is for the first $2,000, and $50 is for $5,000.

AID’s website says borrowers who qualify can save up to $10,000 a year for a minimum of 10 years.

It also offers to help them pay down debt.

The company’s website lists several reasons borrowers could use the program, including: needing to refinance a loan, to build a cushion against future losses or to pay down existing debt.