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Don’t Forget to Include These Expenses in Your Emergency Fund

If you ever lose your job, an emergency fund can help you stay afloat while you look for a new gig. There are some additional expenses you have to pay for when you lose a job, though. Don’t forget to budget for these when building your fund. Read more...
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