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The Importance of Emergency Savings Funds (that 47% of Americans Don’t Have)
Mon, 06/8/15 | 22 Comments
The Importance of Emergency Savings Funds (that 47% of Americans Don’t Have)

I had a sizzling hot date with the Federal Reserve’s “Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households” report the other night and things got a little out of control – for ‘mericans, that is.
Just …

Emergency Savings: is 6 Months Still Enough?
Wed, 08/17/11 | 24 Comments
Emergency Savings: is 6 Months Still Enough?

I was perusing unemployment duration data on the BLS website recently (yes, this is what personal finance bloggers do) and noticed that in early 2015 and the average duration of unemployment is still around 33 …

Emergency Savings Fund: Why, How Much, and Where?
Wed, 06/4/08 | 20 Comments
Emergency Savings Fund: Why, How Much, and Where?

A Comprehensive Guide to Emergency Savings
In a recent post on where to allocate your cash flow, I highlighted that step 1 should be to start an “emergency” savings fund. Starting an emergency savings fund is …


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