Comments(7)

  1. […] am very passionate about emergency savings. This account should have 3-12 months of your expenses in it. Of course, […]

  2. […] am very passionate about emergency savings. This account should have 3-12 months of your expenses in it. Of course, […]

  3. […] am very passionate about emergency savings. This account should have 3-12 months of your expenses in it. Of course, […]

  4. […] your own (and not a credit card company’s), you’d feel a lot better about it. If you knew that your emergency savings fund would protect you if you got hurt or lost your job, you would sleep much easier at night. Getting […]

  5. […] can you make your money work for you? What goals can you set that will help you to live a life that is happier and more […]

  6. […] when the future feels uncertain, do all you can to shore up your emergency fund. You don’t want to find yourself over-leveraged or with a too-tight-for-comfort cash flow. If […]

WRITE A COMMENT

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *