I have an emergency fund with 3 months of income saved up. It is currently in a money market earning less than 1%. This money is saved in case I lose my job or need to make a major repair on my home. ...
I have my emergency fund in an ING Direct savings account. The saving account does not really give a good return and I was wondering what are my options? I want to put the money in some sort of ...
I've been building my emergency fund through automatic deposits into a Roth IRA at TDAmeritrade. This has been working well, since the money is out of sight, out of mind, and I can easily withdraw it ...
I've got under $10,000 that I want to put somewhere more awesome than my no interest checking account. So far American Express Personal Savings at 1.15% APY is sounding nice. I can transfer out of it ...
I know standard rules of thumb are that it is a good idea to have a liquid emergency fund of between of anywhere from 3-8 months of expenses (depending upon the source). How important is liquidity ...
Okay, so I bank at a local credit union, AllegacyFCU. (Here is their rates sheet.) Currently I have through this bank: Daily Access Savings account with 0.2% interest Totally Free Checking (no ...
Should your rainy day / emergency fund be in the same account as general savings?
This is the US companion of the same question for Canadians Where can I park my rainy-day/ emergency fund?. Basically I want to know what options I have for my emergency fund?
In going along with these questions http://www.basicallymoney.com/questions/83/as-a-general-rule-how-much-in-liquid-emergency-savings-should-i-have ...
What percent of salary should go towards retirement vs. emergency savings? Should some be set aside each and every pay for emergencies?
Savings accounts don't seem to generate much interest. What other options do I have for my emergency fund?
Possible Duplicate: As a general rule, how much in “liquid” emergency savings should I have? I know I should have one, but I don't know how to start and how much I should have.
I'm buying my very first home next week, and should be receiving the $8,000 first-time home buyers tax credit. A majority of my savings are going to the down-payment of the house, but we still have a ...