Here Is The Fastest and Easiest Way to Save For an Emergency fund

 

An emergency fund can actually keep you from creating more debt by providing you with a safety net you can use instead of a credit card when an emergency comes up.

The ideal emergency fund is six to twelve months of living expenses, but focus on building up at least $1,000 in the short-term.

Here are some use cases for an emergency fund

1.You get fired from work

2.Car needs $600 in repair

3.Heating bills is $100 higher than usual

4.Child breaks nose and needs surgery

5.Unexpected vet bill for $450

6.Washing machine breaks

7.Unexpected Tax bill due

8.A stock you want is available at a low price

Use the chart below to help you save $1000 till next year.

There are 52 numbers on the board, one for each week of the year.

Pick one number each week which will be the amount you must save.

After each week is done, cross off the number you chose to keep track of your progress!

$1000 is not enough for you?

Add a 0 to the end of each number here and the total will become $10,000.

SAVE $1000 in 52 weeks

$0 $4 $40 $12 $20 $24
$18 $33 $10 $19 $12 $5
$26 $2 $14 $16 $25 $28
$10 $54 $41 $8 $17 $4
$35 $31 $15 $9 $30 $11
$56 $5 $22 $30 $46 $19
$6 $28 $12 $23 $1 $20
$16 $24 $18 $7 $3 $13
$11 $38 $10 $19