This article was originally published at relevantmagazine.com
Major emergencies, like losing a job, are rare. They occur on a much less regular basis than minor emergencies. But when they do hit, their punch can be devastating. Losing a job can take a significant emotional and financial toll. For some, losing a job means selling a house, finding a new school for the kids and, of course, finding a new job. Losing a job is stressful and exhausting.
And if you aren’t prepared, you can quickly find yourself with an empty bank account.
How do you invest when you don’t have much money? We’ve all been there. In this episode, we attempt to answer the question.
Two episodes in one week? Yup. We just had to get this interview out. In this episode, I let Jason tell his get-out-of-debt story. It’s incredible. Have a listen.
Financial infidelity—lying about financial matters to your spouse. It is not as rare as we would all like to hope. According to recent reports, 20% of respondents admitted they had made purchases of $500 or more without their spouse knowing. Six percent confessed to having secret accounts.