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Pandemic financial habits that are worth keeping when this is all over

Budgeting, Debt, Financial plan, Insurance, Investing, Personal Finance, Spending

Pandemic financial habits that are worth keeping when this is all over

If you weren’t managing your money well before the COVID-19 crisis, you might be now given the prolonged period of financial uncertainty we’re all facing. Here are four pandemic financial habits that are probably worth keeping after the worst of it has passed. Paying closer attention…

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You need an emergency fund — but you can make it work for you too

The best practice around emergency funds is that you should have at least three months’ worth of critical household expenses (rent or mortgage, condo fees, utilities, groceries, etc.) set aside in case an emergency happens. The exception is if you are heavily indebted, in which…

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When to create an online will vs. when to use a lawyer

Technology is simplifying the will-making process. Find out if an online will is right for you. Deciding to create your will is the most important decision you’ll make when it comes to estate planning. A survey commissioned by online estate planning platform Willful found that…

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Three key financial products every parent needs

1 in 5 parents don’t have one of these three key financial products for their children. In June 2019 online estate planning company, Willful, surveyed parents to see how financially prepared they were now that they had kids. Specifically, they asked whether parents had a…

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Say ‘No’ to Package Insurance

I know it’s not pleasant to think about illness, disease, death, disability, floods, fires, accidents, and other awful events, but catastrophes can happen and you need to be equipped with the right insurance to get you through difficult times. The last thing you need to…

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Bizarre Scenarios Aren’t Always Covered by Insurance

  What happens to your insurance coverage if your neighbour’s kid starts a fire and the fire leaps the fence and destroys your deck? What if your tenant brings a lawn mower into your living room, starts it and accidentally chops off his foot? What…

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