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JPMorgan Reveals How Much Cash You’d Need If Everything Went To Sh*t Tomorrow

"On the expense side, this is equivalent to spending fluctuations of roughly $1,300 for middle-income households, about the same as adding or subtracting a mortgage or rent payment in any given month."

"On the expense side, this is equivalent to spending fluctuations of roughly $1,300 for middle-income households, about the same as adding or subtracting a mortgage or rent payment in any given month."
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3 comments on “JPMorgan Reveals How Much Cash You’d Need If Everything Went To Sh*t Tomorrow

  1. Hopefully you won’t delete THIS comment, H.. One can become wealthy much faster by eliminating impulse buying, using the bank’s money for free for thirty days by paying for credit card purchases in the month they were made, and saving to make major purchases with accumulated cash on hand. Why pay up to 25% interest on things that you want and don.t need just to impress your friends and/or current main squeeze?

    • Winston Smith

      Not buying “things that you want and don.t need just to impress your friends and/or current main squeeze” is downright unAmerican, Doctor.

  2. Here’s a funny for you Winston: I decided to buy a new car last year, and walked into the dealership with $30,000 in cash. They hated it when I pulled out the bills to pay them after we arrive at a price. They did everything they could to get me to buy it on a contract because they had given me a low-ball price, and after I refused, they called the cops to make sure I wasn’t a drug dealer. This simple transaction took three hours!

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