Where Should You Keep Your Emergency Fund?

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In the last post, we talked about why it’s important to have an emergency fund and how big it should be.

But there’s a question we didn’t address: Where should you keep it?

When it comes to selecting a home for your this stash of cash, there’s a few important criteria we need to keep in mind:

  • You need it to be separate from your spending…

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