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11. Your _______ should furnish enough money to live on, in an emergency, for six months. A. investments B. interest C. savings D. IRA
Your SAVINGS should furnish enough money to live on, in an emergency, for six months.
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Your SAVINGS should furnish enough money to live on, in an emergency, for six months.
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