Emergency Funds, Retirement

Emergency Funds Become Increasingly Important In Retirement

Emergency Funds Become Increasingly Important In Retirement by Elliott Hollander

If your car broke down or you had an unexpected visit to the hospital, would you have the money to cover the expense? If you answered no, you're not alone. According to a recent report, many Americans would have trouble coming up with the money to pay for a $1,000 emergency, and this is true across all income levels.

The majority of households . . .

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