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David Lerner Associates: The Importance of Building an Emergency Savings Fund
Many personal financial planning experts suggest that individuals make building an emergency savings fund one of their top financial priorities, More than a quarter of Americans do not have any emergency savings at all.

David Lerner Associates: Managing Periods of Crisis
Smart planning is the key to effectively handling periods of crisis. Whether you're planning ahead or dealing with a crisis now, take control. Here are some tips.

David Lerner Associates: How to Build an Emergency Fund
Creating a healthy emergency fund can be a lofty and intimidating goal. But in these uncertain economic times, such a fund is needed more than ever yet almost two-thirds of Americans are not prepared to for unexpected expenses.

Americans Regret Not Having a Rainy Day Fund
The recent Bankrate Financial Security survey showed that most Americans have regrets about the financial decisions they've made. At the top of the list is not saving enough for retirement, but a close second is not saving for emergencies.

Building an Emergency Fund
In this uncertain economy the watchwords are, 'Save your money!' These watchwords will come in handy should anything catastrophic happen.

Money Tips for Graduates
With the end of the school year approaching, proud families and students alike will be preparing for a new generation of graduates to enter the workplace.

Financial Regrets
4 out of 5 Americans have financial regrets and wish they could turn the clock back so that they could make smarter decisions with their finances.

The Financial Future of Millennials
Many Millennials believe that having a financial advisor is not necessary. In fact, over 60% of adults don’t have a financial advisor of any kind.

Emergency Funds, Baby Boomers and Millennials
Since the 2008 economic crash Americans are saving more than they have in the last 7 years. Even so, nearly a quarter of the population has no emergency savings.

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