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How to Pay for Unexpected Expenses

pay for unexpected expenses

Do unexpected expenses come in like a wrecking ball? Are you tired of the stress from expenses constantly popping up? You plan, plan, and plan. Yet unexpected expenses always throw you off. The car breaks, you find yourself in the ER, or worst yet you lose your job from COVID layoffs

It feels like unexpected expenses are never-ending. 

Trust me,I get it. Sometimes I feel like I’m a magnet for things going wrong (and a little accident prone too)! Like the time I loaded my car from getting groceries and my car did.not.start.  

Don’t let unexpected expenses wreck you financially and emotionally anymore.

If you need a game plan on how to pay for unexpected expenses, then this week’s video is for you!

pay for unexpected expenses

Here’s what’s inside the video:

  • The true story about my car dying (after loading up my car with groceries)
  • Three tips and a step-by-step process on how to pay for unexpected expenses
  • How to make yourself recession-proof, if you’re concerned about the recession or job loss

Watch the video and I’d love to hear from you. What unexpected expenses have you had this year? Let me know in the comments below the video! You are not alone in this struggle (venting helps!).

P.S. I’m having so much fun digging deep with money coaching sessions. If you’re tired of not making progress with money, then see if money coaching is for you! All you need is a plan and accountability. Just a heads up, coaching won’t start again until September. If you’re ready for a roadmap with money, then get the details here and save your spot today!

P.P.S. Let’s connect (because, well isolation sucks). I’d appreciate your follow and share to keep creating videos that help you become Chief Financial Officer to run the business of you! (I’m brand spankin’ new on IG).

Carly Michelle Best Money Class Ever

Hi! I'm Carly

I’m a Finance grad, creator of Best Money Class Ever and money coach. I paid off $35,000 of debt and saved a nest egg of over $100,000 by age 26 (earning only around the median household income!).

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