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An emergency fund is an amount of money you set aside to cover unexpected expenses or to cover basic expenses if there are significant changes to your income. How much you need in your emergency fund is unique to you and your personal circumstances. To find out using this Coach session, select "Start Here." A feed will appear; follow along and answer questions as you're prompted.

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