If you lost your job, financially, how long could you be without a job?
I have enough food, water and precious metal to last me at least a year.
Right now, I think I could make it about 6 months before my savings would run out. This is only because I'm living at home while finishing up school though. If I were out of school and needed to move out, my savings would last at most one full month. I'll be starting graduate school in the fall, however, and intend to stretch my stipend as much as I can, so that I can build up a true 3-6 month emergency fund and start paying down my undergrad loans.
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I've seen this more than once and would love to hear everyone's opinion.
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