Most Americans Unprepared For A Financial Shock
Most Americans don’t have enough money saved to cover their expenses for three months if they were to suddenly lose their job or get injured, and 40% don’t think they could come up with $2000 suddenly if the need arose, report Princeton University professor Atif Mian and University of Chicago professor Amir Sufi on their blog The House of Debt, based on data . . .
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