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posted on 2/22/2019
Planning for the unexpected: How much emergency money should you have in your savings account?
posted on 3/3/2017
Who, what, when, where and why do you need an emergency fund?
posted on 3/19/2015
What happens if you lose your job, become disabled or lose your ability to earn money? Do you and your family have enough money saved to help you through one, two or three months of reduced or no income?
posted on 9/19/2014
No matter your age, you should always be preparing for two things: emergencies and retirement
posted on 4/16/2014
In our last post we talked about the important things in life you should be saving for - retirement, medical emergencies, unemployment, etc. After reading that you may have thought, "How the heck do I save for all those things at once?" The answer (for most people) is you can't. But all is not lost.
posted on 12/30/2013
Even though Christmas has past, Lincoln Savings Bank still wants to offer up a "gift" of some of our favorite money tips. These come from past blog posts as well as other sources, and serve as gifts that keep on giving.
posted on 9/13/2013
How many times have you watched a television commercial for a mutual fund or investment company and were left scratching your head thinking, "What was that?" It seems everywhere we look someone is trying to offer us the next best investing strategy or is telling us about
posted on 8/15/2013
Lincoln Savings Bank is back with more tips to help you turn your hectic finances into a smart, easy-to-
manage part of your life.