A good emergency fund allows you to take some of the frustration and worry out of the otherwise stressful experience.
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This article aims to give you a few ideas about how to work through emergencies without taking on more debt when you don’t have an emergency fund.
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Steven Goodwin hopes to get you to reflect on your goals while you are on your financial journey.
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Hint: You have to be motivated and do something about it over time.
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