25 Ways to Find Money for Your Emergency Fund

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Emergencies happen when you least expect them. Our emergency fund has saved us countless times and it will save us once again with the truck. And while I don’t like parting with our money, I am grateful that this repair won’t send us into financial distress.

25 Ways to Find Money for Your Emergency Fund

Family Balance Sheet

Emergencies happen when you least expect it. Our emergency fund has saved us countless times and it will save us once again with the truck. And while I don’t like parting with our money, I am grateful that this repair won’t send us into financial distress. If you can’t answer with the word, CASH , then please, set yourself up for success and build your emergency fund. 3 Action Steps to Set Up your Emergency Fund.

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How to Achieve Your Financial Goals (tips from the achievers)

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Wonder what sets you apart from the people that seem to crush their financial goals? with their goals. These folks didn’t corner the market on goal success either, instead they just got the task DONE. I interviewed several personal finance bloggers that have conquered their past financial goals and continue to challenge themselves going forward. His 2017 goal is to make $100,000 in online income. She hit that goal in September 2016.

How to Start a Budget (and be successful at it!)

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We got back on track with planning our spending and we were able to breathe again. A budget might not change your circumstances, especially if the problem is income, but a budget will help prioritize the funds that are available. A budget could help you avoid late and insufficient funds fees, find money for an upcoming trip or expense, and ease a disagreement over finances in a marriage. Another way to think of a budget is a spending plan.

Take Control of Your Money in 2015

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My husband and I make some financial goals at the start of every year. When I run the numbers, I realize it’s going to take years before we can scream, ”WE’RE DEBT FREE”, our ultimate goal. In 2014, the Grocery Budget Challenge encouraged us to keep our grocery spending in line and to be creative with our meal planning so that we do not over-spend. Maintaining a grocery budget is a weekly process for me. New year.

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