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Ten Steps To Consider In The Event Of A Financial Crunch Or Crisis

Step 2. Examine your income

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If you work:

Consider taking a part time job.

  • The internet has opened up an array of jobs that can be done part time.
  • To learn more about potential part time jobs, and about letting your full time employer know about the job, see: Part Time Jobs . You can Work From Home.

Do you qualify for an income because of disability?

If you are not working, see: 

Look at your investments and bank accounts.

If you own your residence: 

Financial assistance may be available for your health care costs or at least the health care costs of your children. There is assistance available for a variety of needs, including help to pay for insurance premiums, including Medicare premiums, co-pays and deductibles. See: Financial Assistance

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