Emergency Fund – How To Make Sure You Have Enough – Episode 344

Kim and Spencer dive into the principles of the Emergency Opportunity Fund and how to be prepared. Stay tuned and learn what to do in emergencies!


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Show Notes

  • Mindset when your life throws you curveballs – 0:36
  • What makes a curveball worse – 2:13
  • The shift in mindset – 2:38
  • Choose something to be grateful for – 3:07
  • What do we do to handle the emergency fund when we do not have enough money – 3:40
  • Awesome investment and potential investments – 4:19
  • Never stop building your opportunity fund – 4:40
  • What happens if you don’t have enough in your emergency fund – 6:10
  • What’s disability insurance? – 6:55
  • What to do when emergencies happen? – 8:59
  • Steps for being prepared for emergencies – 10:12


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