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Forbes: How to Save Money When You're Broke

Build a Rainy Day Fund

This will come in handy if you lose your job, become ill or otherwise suffer financial setbacks. A good emergency fund is enough to cover living expenses for at least three to six months. While growing this fund, keep up with minimum monthly payments on all of your debts. Then save for retirement.

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