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The Case Against Emergency Funds

Most financial advisors will probably tell you to establish an emergency savings account. I personally am a fan of the emergency fund strategy, but it is different for every person, depending on what kinds of risks they have in their lives. 655 more words

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Month End: April Snapshot

Honestly this month has been a month of miracles. I honestly believe because my wife and I honored God at the beginning of the year that He has put favor on our year so far. 479 more words

Finances Matter: Start An Emergency Fund

I was chatting with a friend about being prepared for emergencies, and she said “Why not just go stay in a hotel?”

The thought had occurred to me as an option, but it depends on the disaster, doesn’t it?   2,135 more words

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America Saves Week: Saving for Emergencies in College

Emergency savings aren’t for fun. When you don’t need it, you look at a nice sum in the bank that you could be using for something fun. 411 more words

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Emergency Savings Account

After looking at your finances and seeing some places you could maybe cut back, your next goal is to build an Emergency Savings Account.

Once this account gets to a certain amount it should only be touched in case of well, an Emergency. 369 more words

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Americans still struggle with paltry savings

Americans’ feelings of financial insecurity dominated last year’s presidential campaign, and shaky times seem to have spilled over into the New Year. A survey by Bankrate.com of Palm Beach Gardens finds that fully 59 percent of Americans lack emergency savings… 85 more words

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Americans still struggle with paltry savings

Americans’ feelings of financial insecurity dominated last year’s presidential campaign, and shaky times seem to have spilled over into the New Year. A survey by Bankrate.com of Palm Beach Gardens finds that fully 59 percent of Americans lack emergency savings… 85 more words

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