The Importance of Having a Backup Plan

Millions of people face an expensive medical emergency unprepared. Hundreds of people are unexpectedly laid off every month. You never know what will happen.

You'd think we would have learned after the COVID shelter at home orders, furloughs, schools closed, toilet paper shortages… What should have been a wake-up call for millions, doesn't seem to have quite sunk in.

Backup plans are your lifeline when things don’t go right. Without a backup plan, you risk digging yourself into a costly hole.

For instance, you don’t get the job that you were hoping for. Or your roof springs a leak and needs an immediate repair. Your car started sounding funny, and your “Check Engine” light just came on.

In life, so many things can and will go wrong. Our backup plans ensure that we push through and become stronger than ever.

It’s essential to plan for the unexpected.

Emergencies are expensive. Sudden home repairs or a car accident can quickly saddle you with thousands of dollars in unexpected expenses. Going into debt might be your only option if you don’t have a backup plan.

Backups are crucial for mental well-being. Just a few months ago, more than 100,000 families found themselves homeless due to Hurricane Ian – some of them losing all three things they should have backed up. Don't take that chance with your life.

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