More than half of Americans do not have enough money on hand to respond to an unexpected expense such as an emergency medical bill or untimely house repair.1

Are you prepared for a financial emergency? A well-funded emergency account with a recommended three to six months’ worth of living expenses has the potential to get you through financial downturns without the need to spend other savings, such as assets earmarked for retirement and college.

Building a solid financial foundation is the first step when mapping out a plan for financial success. Contact your local Mutual Financial Group consultant to request a free, no-obligation review of your current financial situation.

1Bankrate Money Pulse poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International from Dec. 18-21, 2014.

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