Now through March 1st is “”America Saves Week,” an effort to encourage personal savings, supported by the Consumer Federation of America and the American Savings Education Council. There’s a web site here to find out more. Specifically, if you want some general tips on how you can save money in everyday activities, you can click here.
Whether you can only set aside $5 or $10 a week in a savings account or envelope, or whether you put loose change in a jar at the end of the day, it’s a good idea to build an emergency or contingency fund. Set savings goals for purchasing storage food and survival gear or supplies.
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