Rebuilding After a Financial Crisis

There are many things in life that can derail even the best money management plans, such as unexpected car or home repairs, illness, or job loss. When in crisis mode, most people just take things day by day, hoping to get by. When the dust settles, they are often left with a financial situation that is less than rosy. There are no savings to speak of. Their credit is shot. There is debt that needs to be paid. However, with hard work and dedication, a healthy financial future is possible.

This module covers the steps you can take to rebuild after a financial crisis, including:

  • Budgeting
  • Debt repayment
  • Rebuilding credit
  • Emergency savings
  • Replenishing retirement savings

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