Hello friends, today I have come before you with a new post. As we know, for the last few days we have been following a personal finance series, in which we are learning how to handle our money, how to spend the money under control. We have discussed over many more important subjects. Today, while moving the series of this personal finance, we are going to learn how we have to save money for emergency.
Emergency Fund :- Creating an emergency fund is a great way to protect yourself as well as your family in case of an unexpected financial hardship. In these types of emergency fund can help you cop with unexpected expenses, like a car repair, a medical bill, or a loss of income. and it can be help yours in CASE in CARE LOSE Your JOB.
Introduction to emergency fund
Emergency Fund is a saving account that only you can use in case of disaster. Such as the job is going, falling ill, or any natural disaster. In all these types of emergency situations, the money we gather to handle ourselves and our family. We call this type of deposit as emergency fund.
Creating an emergency-fund is a Crucial Part of Financial Planning, but it can be different to get started. Here are a few tips to help you get started:
Determine how much you need to save.
First of all we need to find out how much money we have to save as Emergency-Fund. Financial experts say that as emergency fund, we should save at least even equal to our 12 months of income. Because suppose you are fired from your job, then if you have 12 months of income saving in the form of Emergency Fund, then this Emergency Fund gives you time to 12 months to find a job. And thus you emerge from such an emergency.
Set up a savings account.
Once you know how much you need to save, you can set up a savings account specifically for your emergency fund. This account should be separated from your other Savings and Checking Accounts So You’re Not Tempted to Spend The Money.
Automate your Savings.
One of the best ways to make sure you save enough money is to automate your savings. This means setting up a regular transfer from your checking account to your Savings Account. This way, you’ll never even see the money and you’ll be lessely to spend it.
Make it a priority.
Saving for an emergency fund should be a priority, just like any other financial goal. This means you may have to make some sacrifices, like eating out less or cutting back on your entertainment budget.
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