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Creating a Financial Emergency Kit

In an emergency situation you need to be prepared for anything. While a basic disaster supply kit containing things like water, food, and flashlights is essential to help you through the emergency, you also need to prepare for a way to get back on your feet once the immediate danger has passed. For this, you need to create a financial emergency kit.
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