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Emergency Fund Calculator

How much should I save as Emergency Fund? Today I’ll discuss on Emergency Fund; a very essential but much neglected thing in our daily family life. When,everything goes  right, we can’t understand the importance of emergency fund and so we gener...
by Coursedude on Jun 17, 2016

Two-Thirds of US Would Struggle to Cover $1,000 Crisis

Two-thirds of Americans would have difficulty coming up with the money to cover a $1,000 emergency, according to the poll conducted by Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Three-quarters of people in households making less than...
by Personal Finance News on May 20, 2016

Obama Saves the World From Financial Ruin & Other Political Follies

Poor Man Survival Self Reliance tools for independent minded people… www.poormansurvivor.net ISSN 2161-5543 A Digest of Urban Survival Resources Courage is the strength to face pain, act under pressure, and maintain one's values in t...
by Urban Survival Resources on Apr 28, 2016

Living the American Dream: How to Prepare for Your First Home

Living the American Dream: How to Prepare for Your First Home The American Dream is a classic colloquialism. Between the white picket fence, two and a half children, a dog, cat and perfect spouse, it seems like this is the one dream every American ha...
by The Things Women Want on Feb 28, 2016

How to Get Ready for Financial Shock

According to the survey from Pew Charitable Trusts, 60% of households had experienced a financial shock in the past 12 months. Even 10% of households earning more than $100,000 a year have no emergency fund. It’s time to start building that eme...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 18, 2016

Why Should You Save?

There has always been importance placed on saving money, but why? If you have enough money to pay for what you need, then why do you need “excess” money to put aside? Well, everyone saves for different reasons, and if you are still looking for on...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 8, 2016

4 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Creating a Budget

We all know that creating a budget is the best way to track your spending and save money. However, there are some people that are not buying into that idea and would rather just wing it as they go along.  Well, I’m here to offer those people a...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Dec 21, 2015

Finicky Finances

Finicky Finances Finicky Finances: What Expenses Do Families Often Leave Out? According to the United States Census Bureau, the median income for a family was $53,657 in 2014. Depending on your circumstances, that may sound like a lot of money or ver...
by The Things Women Want on Dec 16, 2015

A Painless Way to Create an Emergency Fund

It’s no surprise that having an emergency fund is one of the most important things you can do to help your finances. I’ll go over some strategies and show you a painless way to create an emergency fund so you can begin to breathe easier...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Dec 11, 2015

Emergency Fund Basics: Building An Emergency Fund

An emergency fund is the term given to your savings account that acts as a resource to provide you with income during emergencies. Over time, you are building an emergency fund to get it to the amount that you need to live off of should an emergency...
by MoneySmartGuides on Dec 11, 2015

Savings Priority – Where to allocate extra money

Contents from freedom 35 blog. (www.freedomthirtyfiveblog.com) Where to put your extra savings Let’s say you earn $3,000 a month and spend $2,500. Great! You are living within your means. But saving is only half the battle. Now you must decide...
by Freedom 35 Blog on Sep 15, 2015

Are Your Finances Out of Control?

The post Are Your Finances Out of Control? appeared first on Club Thrifty. Feeling like your finances are out of control is a troubling, yet, all too common issue for many people. No matter where you look, it appears the vast majority of us are strug...
by Club Thrifty on Sep 2, 2015

Why Do We have Unexpected Expenses

Moneywatch101, Personal Finance, Money, Life, Debt, Savings   On occasion I have to deal with unexpected expenses that throws off my budget. What can I say this is how life works and we either have to be ready or not to deal with the issues. How...
by MoneyWatch101 on Aug 4, 2015

The 3 Emergency Fund Accounts

Moneywatch101, Personal Finance, Money, Life, Debt, Savings Let’s jump right into this one and begin to discuss the purpose behind the 3 emergency fund accounts. An emergency can happen at any given moment, but will you be prepared to fight through...
by MoneyWatch101 on Jul 1, 2015

Why My Emergency Fund is the Bombdiggity

The post Why My Emergency Fund is the Bombdiggity appeared first on Club Thrifty. Over the last several months, we’ve had to do a ton of repairs. And, I don’t just mean the twenty-dollar patch and paint kind of repairs. I mean the big stu...
by Club Thrifty on Jun 19, 2015

5 Tips to Help You Start Your Emergency Fund

"How to Save" articles always include the tip "Build an emergency fund," and for good reason. As its name implies, an emergency fund tides you over during unexpected events – like fires, accidents and sudden deaths in the family. Essentially, it's...
by MoneyMiniBlog on May 22, 2015

3-Ways To Use Your Tax Refund

You can’t wait to get your tax refund to buy an Apple Watch, right? Perfect timing, isn’t it? You’ve ordered the watch and won’t pay until June when it is shipped. And voila! your refund will be available.The post 3-Ways To Use Your Tax Refun...
by managing God's Money Weblog on Apr 27, 2015

3-Ways To Use Your Tax Refund

You can’t wait to get your tax refund to buy an Apple Watch, right? Perfect timing, isn’t it? You’ve ordered the watch and won’t pay until June when it is shipped. And voila! your refund will be available. The post 3-Ways To Use Your Tax Refu...
by managing God's Money Weblog on Apr 27, 2015

You can’t wait to get your tax refund to buy an Apple Watch, right? Perfect timing, isn’t it? You’ve ordered the watch and won’t pay until June when it is shipped. And voila! your refund will be available. Continue reading →...
by managing God's Money Weblog on Apr 27, 2015

2 Milestones You Need to Reach Before Investing Money

When it comes to investing money in the stock market, time is your greatest ally and your greatest enemy. The longer you are investing money the greater likelihood you’ll generate great wealth. Shortening that time period by just a few years could...
by Luke1428 on Apr 15, 2015


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