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    • 6 month emergency fund notwithstanding .... Nevertheless,  if your aircraft is nose diving at maximum acceleration straight down into central Iowa, and you reach under your seat for that velcroed "flotation device" the stewarde.... er... "flight attendant"  told you about before the plane took off ... be sure to carefully read the cloth tag attached, that you are forbidden to cut off, under penalty of law, and see how it's going to bounce you out of that corn field!  See if that emerge
    • If you have debt, quickly save $1,000 for a starter emergency fund. Once you've paid off all debt except for your home, save up a full emergency fund of 3-6 months worth of expenses. This money saved will give you a HUGE sense of security to move forward and accomplish the rest of your financial goals.   
    • Nearly 300 People Are Dead After Multiple Explosions In Sri Lanka On Easter Sunday   A series of explosions in Sri Lanka ripped through churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, killing at least 290 people and injuring more than 500 others on one of the holiest days in the Christian calendar. At least 27 of those who died were foreigners and three were police officers, authorities said. Local police confirmed the death toll to multiple media outlets. Three churches across the isl
    • Sri Lanka Was Warned of Possible Attacks. Why Didn’t It Stop Them? COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — The confidential security memo laid it all out: names, addresses, phone numbers, even the times in the middle of the night that one suspect would visit his wife. In the days leading up to the devastating suicide bombings that killed nearly 300 people in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, the country’s security agencies had been closely watching a secretive cell of the National Thowheeth Jama’ath, a little-
    • Sri Lankan security personnel inspect the debris of a van after it explodes on Monday near St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo. Nearly 300 people died and more than 500 others were wounded after Sunday's attacks on churches and hotels. The Sri Lankan government has blamed the National Thowfeek Jamaath, a little known Muslim militant group, for the coordinated attacks on churches and hotels that rocked the island nation on Easter Sunday. Sri Lanka Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne says the
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