When your emergency fund runs out

You’ve cut spending to the bone, sold excess stuff and hustled every side gig imaginable. But your emergency fund, if it ever existed, is on fumes.

What you do next may determine how fast — or even whether — you recover from the setback of losing your job.

In my latest for the Associated Press, how to survive a lack of emergency funds without making things worse.

Related Posts

  • Monday’s need-to-know money news Today's top story: Smart things to do with your tax refund. Also in the news: New options for payday loan borrowers, how to build an […]
  • Wednesday’s need-to-know money news Today's top story: Debunking emergency fund myths. Also in the news: How filing separately could give some couples a lower tax bill, the […]
  • Tuesday’s need-to-know money news Today's top story: How to wreck someone else's credit. Also in the news: How much you need to save in case of an emergency, five tax […]
  • Monday’s need-to-know money news Today's top story: What retirement savers need to know about Trump's action on the advisor rule. Also in the news: Using your emergency […]