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 ...
Savings accounts don't seem to generate much interest. What other options do I have for my emergency fund?
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?
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.