Emergency Fund

Published by Lorne S. Wellington on

It is crucial. Emergency just keep coming. For the past few days my car, Pat,  battery has been dying. Today I had to get a new battery.  That money was not in the budget but I went on made the purchase hoping the some checks would u present to the bank later in week around payday. I was also hoping that one of my clients would pay on one of their old invoices. Well a check came in a bounced. Pat, my car is running fine now. Yes it cost me an extra $66 in bank fees.

Now  I have to figure out a way to start an emergency fund. I can no longer wish that my 1st strategy will work because, IT AINT WORKING.


WANT TO USE THIS IN YOUR BLOG, E-ZINE OR WEBSITE? You can, as long as you include this complete tag with it: Lorne S. Wellington has a BA and MBA. She has been consulting and advising businesses and nonprofit organizations for over 12 years. In addition, she created a nonprofit in 1997 and today she owns Sculpted Silhouette, a lingerie boutique in Los Angeles. Her clients are located in the USA, Italy and South Africa. She has worked with a food manufacturing company, several retailers, an international aid organization, a bed and breakfast and a multi media company.
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