Are you expecting a tax refund this year? If so, consider creating an emergency fund with some or all of it. It’s important to have this money available for when something unexpected comes up, such as a car, refrigerator or dishwasher breaking down. Here are the key tips for an emergency fund:
- Aim to have 3–6 months of living expenses saved
- Keep separate from your checking account
- Ensure there are no (or low) transaction fees; no penalties for withdrawals
- Verify you will receive interest earnings on the balance (a little something is better than nothing).
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