3 tips for building your emergency savings fund
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Despite all the benefits that come from working as a freelancer, there may be months in the year where you may desire a steady income to feel you can pay the bills.
Establishing an emergency saving fund can help you overcome the fear of a dry month.
An emergency savings fund buffer is vital for freelancers. It will help you to keep your head above water when your income fluctuates.
A zero-sum budget means living off last month's income alone. This can be done in the following way:
Assigning 45 percent of your income to savings is essential if you're serious about building savings and have the ability to pay quarterly estimated taxes.
An emergency buffer consists of a specific metric you're trying to reach based on what you reasonably will need during a dry month.
Some have a checking account with two month's worth of bills saved. It covers rent, utilities, insurance and cell-hone bills. In addition, they have at least three months of living expenses built up in a savings account.
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