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10 Ways To Prepare For A Personal Financial Crisis
By Amy Fontinelle
The thought of being hit with a major negative event that could affect your finances, like a job loss, illness or car accident, can keep anyone awake at night. But the prospect of something expensive, and beyond your control, happening becomes less threatening if you're properly prepared. This article will describe 10 steps you can take to minimize the impact of a personal financial crisis.
1. Maximize Your Liquid Savings
Cash accounts like checking, savings and money market accounts, as well as certificates of deposit (CD) and short-term government investments, will help you the most in a crisis.

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Late Wednesday Night  9-20-17 Part 2 of 2
DinarResearcher: Everyone is gonna have their differences, not singing kumbaya, but will see a cooperation between several groups to better their living standards
Spectra: @tman23 well wouldn't that be nice ! I certainly hope it's that !But I think I'll just stay on the side of not!That seems to blauntantly obvious to me!
Romello: @tman23 She's on a roll tonight.
Meatball: @DinarResearcher hopefully
Meatball: @DinarResearcher ease up on the shoe throwing lol

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Late Wednesday Night 9-20-17 Part 1 of 2
dullenih: U.S. 'strongly opposes' Iraqi Kurdish independence vote: State Department
dullenih: Turkey's Erdogan says Kurdish independence vote risks regional crisis
dullenih: saudi arabia, iran,
dullenih: Iraq’s Supreme Court Orders Suspension Of Kurdish Referendum
dullenih: kurd realized the risk....who is behind them
dullenih: The region acquiesces to national and international positions that reject the referendum

What Is Your Stress Response to Money Worries?
Danielle Seurkamp, CFP®, MPAS®, FBS® September 8, 2017
What do you do when you are worried about money? My guess is that most of us haven’t given this question a lot of thought or ever paid attention to how our behavior changes, if at all. I happen to think about it a lot.
Between a career spent in finance, down time spent on mindfulness and yoga and many years spent on introspection in the name or personal growth, this question sits at the epicenter of my interests. In other words, I’ve gotten pretty good (neurotic) at noticing how I feel about money and what I do with those feelings.