Whats your rainy day fund

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phuketrichard wrote:an if the bank accounts are frozen/ ie no atm withdrawals and cc can not be used?

imho; you should have enough cash at any time to last 2 months and a little bit extra to get the fuck out of dodge if the shit hits the fan.

If i cant access any of my accounts via atm's or online banking, I have enough cash for 2 months living

plus my gold


which is easily transported/sold

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nope;
in the safe which she has no access too. :-)

If u have enough cash /access to with out credit cards to last a year ur doing probably better than 98% of people in the world
and on a teachers salary......... that is impressive!!!
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phuketrichard wrote:nope;
in the safe which she has no access too. :-)

If u have enough cash /access to with out credit cards to last a year ur doing probably better than 98% of people in the world
and on a teachers salary......... that is impressive!!!
I think when we talk about him being a teacher, we make the quotey motion with our fingers - "teacher".

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I have mortgage free rental income and savings. You need a lot of savings to cover any repair costs. But who knows. A meteor shower could strike the city!
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It probably makes sense to maintain some funds in an off-site location, ie: storage locker, gas tank a la "Easy Rider", dead drop ...
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Not as much as I'd like.

Some sellable items, some precious metals and a few bucks.
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sanjuro wrote:Not as much as I'd like.

Some sellable items, some precious metals and a few bucks.
and maybe a kidney or two.
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Duncan wrote:
sanjuro wrote:Not as much as I'd like.

Some sellable items, some precious metals and a few bucks.
and maybe a kidney or two.
ha- pretty sure I'd beach-comb and dumpster dive before that happened.

A girl I knew awhile back---she had 3 full kidneys! I really wouldn't doubt it if she cashed in on one by now.
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I've sold my blood in Greece. Got $1.25. (40 yrs ago. Todays dollars $125.00)

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phuketrichard wrote:To all out there?

how much $$ do you have available?
  • What if you suddenly lost your job and it was 6-8 weeks before unemployment payments began to trickle in?
    What if your child suffered a medical emergency and you needed to purchase an expensive medication?
    What if your refrigerator began making a death rattle and you needed to buy a new one immediately in order to save your expensive frozen food stockpile?
    What if your car, that you needed to get back and forth to work, required a costly repair?
Would you be able to make it??

Most experts recommend a starting point of 1-3 months of expenses. And by expenses, I mean everything from house payments to car payments to projected utilities to food costs.

Don’t underestimate how much it takes to run your household every month – be sure to account for all of the regular expenses you might need to cover during an emergency situation.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/06/dais ... %E2%80%A8/

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