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Build a Baby Emergency Fund in 30 Days or Less

June 26, 2017
Build a baby emergency fund in 30 days or less with this action oriented guide.
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Building a baby emergency fund doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, I believe we make it harder than it needs to be.

Of course, for some, it really is hard. You have limited income and a whole lotta bills to take care of — I get that.

But even on a limited income, it is possible to not only save money but get ahead too. It all starts with creating a plan and then putting it into action.

And that right there is where you may find yourself falling short. You read all of this excellent advice on the internet about emergency funds, but somehow, you just can’t seem to make it a reality.

Well, I want to change all that.

There’s no use in reading information and not putting to use what you’ve learned. I get questions all the time about how to build an emergency fund. And of course, I always share the articles I’ve written on the subject. But for some, it’s just not enough.

Sometimes, you need someone to create an action plan for you. Tell you what to do at each step of the way and then show them how to measure their results.

This is how The ASAP Emergency Plan came about.

In a recent reader survey, many of you said you would like to build your emergency savings over the next 12 months. I didn’t want to create another article that shares the same things you’re always reading. You’re not getting results with that and I want you to actually start putting money in the bank!

I created The ASAP ebook as a guide to help you get results!

 

 

In this 47 page ebook, there are 30 days of action steps for you to take. It’s not a lot of work involved on each day, but just enough work and a goal to help you see the results you desire.

This ebook comes with a savings tracker and some other bonus tools that will help you build a minimum $1,000 emergency fund.

And the best part about it is that I’m not going to charge you a whole lot of money for it. I’ve seen $20 guides on building your savings. Likewise, I’ve seen cheap 150-page guides on building your savings too.

I don’t believe it takes all of that —150 pages worth of reading just to build an emergency fund? Nah. And spending $20 to learn how to build one too? Nope. Not in my world and not in yours either.

The ASAP Emergency Fund Plan does not require a lot of reading. It’s action oriented and it’s simple. Best part, it’s only $14.00. Yep, $14.00 for an action-packed guide to help you stash $1k in the bank.

BUT, you can score 50 percent off the price until July 1st and it will never be this cheap again. Just use the following coupon code ASAPCOINS and get the ebook for $7.00 through 7/1.

So, are you ready to put in a little work? Tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Sick of experiencing setbacks because unexpected things happen and throw you off?

If so, allow me to guide you to your first $1,000 baby emergency fund. I can’t wait to hear all about your progress!

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Latoya Scott is a Certified Financial Education Instructor and personal finance writer with a mission to help millennials learn how to stop living paycheck to paycheck so they can become financially carefree.

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13 Comments

  • Reply Eva June 26, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    What a great idea! Congratulations on your ebook. I know that saving and planning are extremely important expecially with the uncertainty in the country right now.
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  • Reply Carissa June 26, 2017 at 8:25 pm

    Congrats on the eBook…I think its a great idea to have an emergency fund especially when you have little children or children period!
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  • Reply Kim June 27, 2017 at 12:00 am

    This is a great ebook. It comes at the heel of me reading yet another gofundme for someone trying to raise money because they didn’t prepare for maternity leave.

    • Reply Latoya Scott June 27, 2017 at 7:38 pm

      Oh, wow! Yeah, that totally sucks. Not a situation I would want to be in at all. When we gave birth to our son 2 years ago, I saved enough to take the full 12 weeks off because I was not having any parts of going back to work while still healing and a cute baby at home.
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  • Reply Jay Colby June 27, 2017 at 11:17 pm

    Congrats on the e-book. This is an great action plan for saving a baby emergency fund.

  • Reply Aida Ingram June 28, 2017 at 12:44 am

    This looks like a great tool, I know a lot of people who want to save more but they don’t know how to get started. You book looks like a great resource, I will have to share it with friends.

  • Reply Kita June 28, 2017 at 11:28 am

    I did this. When my husband passed, I realized how much I needed to work on my finances for myself and for my children. Such an important and responsible thing to do. I have continued.

  • Reply ejnosillA/RedefiningHERstory June 29, 2017 at 5:57 am

    This is such a great idea and needed advice. I think that everyone should have some money stashed away for emergencies!

  • Reply Holly June 30, 2017 at 1:07 am

    Very cool that you have an ebook. Very handy and helpful topic. Always important to have one.
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  • Reply LaQuisha July 3, 2017 at 12:12 am

    This is fantastic advice! I think I need this savings fund for me, lol.
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  • Reply Tiffany H. July 3, 2017 at 2:57 am

    I was talking about that the other day, People thinking that can’t save anything. If you can save $5-10, that is a start to emergency fund saving. Congrats on writing an e-book, wish you much success.

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