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5 Things to Do With Your Money During Coronavirus

It’s crazy out there, and you’re probably wondering what to do about your money right now. So, I'm here to give you five super practical, super clear things you can do with your money during this pandemic.

  1. Don’t panic.
  2. Get on a budget.
  3. Focus on your Four Walls.
  4. Cut out all unnecessary expenses.
  5. If you’ve lost income, stockpile cash.

You CAN do this. Because guess what: Hope is greater than fear. And I’m all about hope.

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Rachel Cruze

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Rachel Cruze

Rachel Cruze is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, financial expert, host of The Rachel Cruze Show, and co-host of Smart Money Happy Hour. Rachel writes and speaks on personal finance, budgeting, investing and money trends. As a co-host of The Ramsey Show, America’s second-largest talk radio show, Rachel reaches millions of weekly listeners with her personal finance advice. She’s appeared on Good Morning America and Fox News and been featured in TIME, REAL SIMPLE and Women’s Health, among others. Through her shows, books, syndicated columns and speaking events, Rachel shares fun, practical ways to take control of your money and create a life you love. Learn More.

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