Every unplanned expense does not have to be a crisis. Imagine if you had $1,000 cash in your hand, ready to pay for that unexpected event. Most people are able to save $1,000 in just a month. You can do it. Turn crisis into peace and start building your emergency fund today!
1) Save for emergencies.
Saving for emergencies is critical. Save $1,000 first, and then pay off your debt. After your debt is paid, save for three to six months’ worth of expenses. Saving for life’s little and larger emergencies means you’ll be ready for the unexpected.
2) Save enough money to pay in cash.
Save for the things you want and pay for them with cash. The only way you can break the habit of going into debt is to get ahead.
3) Saving for retirement is important no matter your age.
Retirement isn’t an age. It’s a financial number. After your debt is paid off, put 15% of your gross income into tax-favored plans such as your company’s 401(k) and Roth IRAs.
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