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October 15, 2015
Emergency SavingsLuke EricksonUniversity of Idaho ExtensionOur lives are already stressful enough without having to worry about making ends meet from paycheck to paycheck. What if the refrigerator goes out? What if the car needs to be repaired? What if a family member gets sick or injured? The fact of the matter is that these things will happen, the only question is when they will happen. For many folks the credit card is the safety net. But maybe there's a better way. But how do you begin building an emergency savings account? What type of account should you have? How much should you save in this account? What types of expenses should it be used for? This presentation will cover all these questions, and more.
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