Usually at least once in every person's life comes a time when the need is great and the resources are few.
All of a sudden and without warning, your roof begins to leak! Your hot water heater shuts down and your computer goes up in smoke, the clutch needs to be replaced in your car and your son decides to have his wedding on the Isle of Oahu - all of this within the same week!
As you sit, stunned and you ponder an exit strategy you receive a friendly letter from the IRS explaining that you miscalculated your taxes in 2006, and they now own your house.
At times like this, you need a plan of action. Some useful cost-saving tips and income generating ideas just to make sure you can sleep at night.
Do you need to know how to curb bad spending habits and start saving emergency funds? And quick?
The truth is, many people find themselves in your position throughout their lives. And it doesn't have to do with how much money you make.
In fact, a recent study found that middle class workers often had the least cash on hand of any other group. Even of those in the lowest income groups!
Once you realize that your lifestyle often decides how desperate you are for cash, it can be the awakening that teaches you to change your habits.
"Who Else Wants To Turn Their Financial Emergency Into An Organized Plan For Recovery?"
The best time to start changing your financial habits for the better is when you are faced with a lack-of-cash emergency. Suddenly you face the fact that something needs to change if you are ever going to be financially free.
Within this 50 page guide, "101 Ways To Raise Emergency Money," you'll learn all the tricks, tips, and cost-cutting strategies you need to start saving and earning emergency funds. You can get started raising that cash in less than an hour from now!