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Think Enriched with Amy Robles is the podcast to guide smart, ambitious women to think bigger, create businesses they love and keep their family first. Amy has trained thousands of business owners to learn marketing & sales strategies. She knows how to help and is ready to work with you. Amy understands that when you enrich a woman's life, you help her entire circle of influence. You can enrich your life and your bottom line. Join us and move forward to your dreams.
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Aug 21, 2015

 

Do you really NEED an emergency fund?

 

YES.

 

How much do I really need?

 

Trends say start with $1,000, but if a job loss/ crisis arises how soon will that money last for you?

 

Figure out your number.  Consider:

Job loss

ER visit

Insurance deductible...

Dental situation

Pet injury

Replace a water heater (Major home repair)

Family situation/ funeral/ travel

Moving costs

Car trouble.  More than oil change.   Major car trouble.

 

Where to put that money?

Freezer?  Undies drawer?

Savings account?  Most likely

Money Market account?  Provided that you will have some cash directly.

 

How to create it?

Set up that account.  (trip to the bank/ online)

Set up automatic savings  Think (Out of sight. Out of mind.  Ready for the clutch.) 

($50/check at 26 pay periods per year =$1,300)

 

Bump that up ($100/check at 26 pay periods a year = $2,600 + $1,300 = $3,900 in two years without thinking about it.) 

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The episode "Cash in the Clutch," first appeared on Think Enriched. 

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