Overview

Learn tips and tools to set money aside for emergency expenses so that you’re prepared for the unexpected.

Duration: 5-7 minutes

Topics and Learning Objectives

  • Understand why emergency savings should be an important financial planning consideration.
  • Gain knowledge, frameworks, and confidence to develop and implement an emergency savings strategy.
  • More clearly understand what would typically be considered an emergency and what would not.
  • Access or engage with client-driven resources for further assistance.

Marketing Teaser

It’s important to make sure you’re prepared for unexpected situations that may arise in life. Learn more about how you can build a savings account dedicated to dealing with emergency circumstances, such as injuries, illnesses, or repairs for cars and appliances.

This sequence will cover:

  • What types of emergencies you might need to save for
  • How to develop a savings strategy
  • Resources to help you in your planning

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