066R | Letting Go of the Emergency Fund

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Understanding emergency funds, investing in your house and some college and library hacks.

What you’ll hear on today’s show:

  • Review of Monday’s episode
  • Different scenarios for using emergency funds
  • Where to put your emergency fund
  • Consumers Credit Union rewards checking paying 3.09% on a balance up to $10,000, at the time of this recording. You can earn up to 4.59% depending on balance and credit card usage also.
  • Jennifer asks a question about needing the fund in 2-3 years
  • The different options to optimize your emergency fund
  • Voicemail from Paul on whether a house is an investment
  • Voicemail from Melissa on Mrs Frugalwoods’ journey with make-up
  • Voicemail from Captain DIY on college hacking with trade schools
  • Chris pays off $100,000 in debt
  • Jessie has a great library hack
  • iTunes review and book giveaway

Links from the show:

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