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Trump’s coronavirus task force is reportedly awaiting ‘research’ from Jared Kushner before making an emergency declaration
The president's son-in-law — who has no medical experience nor expertise — will reportedly make a final recommendation to Trump on a major decision.
The Digit app will build your emergency fund for you, and you won’t even notice the money leaving your checking account
Digit helps you move money from a checking account to savings on a regular basis. It pulls money from your checking based on your income and spending.
I’m a full-time freelancer, and there are 3 things I’m doing right now to recession-proof my finances
With talk of a recession on the horizon, the author is diversifying her skill set and beefing up her emergency fund to protect herself financially.
Another recession seems highly likely, so preparing your finances now is an important step to protecting yourself in the future.
The 3 most important things to do with your money right now if you’re worried about a recession, according to a financial planner
What's the best way to prepare for a recession? First up: Crush your high-interest debt, says SoFi financial planner Lauren Anastasio.
You should have between three and six months worth of expenses saved in an emergency fund, depending on your household income.
A high-yield savings account helps money earn up to 200 times more, and there are 5 times using one is a no-brainer
A high-yield savings account is a good place to store money for short-term needs, like emergencies, travel, a down payment, or a wedding.
Americans think the economy is tanking and a recession is just around the corner, but nearly 30% don’t have the cash to get through it
About 40% of Americans think a recession has already begun or will start in less than a year, while experts think it's at least one to two years out.
A financial advisor says there are 4 smart ways to grow your emergency fund — here’s how they stack up
The best place to grow your emergency fund is somewhere safe and liquid. Try a high-yield savings account or money-market fund for the best return.
Despite the average American believing they deserve a raise, more than 70% aren't asking for one.