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Couples Surviving A Financial Crisis

A financial crisis can result from several instances. Lost of a job, decrease in a family members paycheck, cutting back on working hours, unforeseen economic relations, family sickness or even death.

Surviving a financial crisis takes patience and guidance. Communicating openly and honestly with each other is the first step towards surviving a financial crisis.


Prioritizing your needs and assets will make this adjustment in your life a little easier. Most concerns involve mortgage payments or rent, childcare, paying utilities, buying food, and buying and paying for basic necessities. Basic necessities include medicine, toiletries, and keeping up with your insurance policies. If there are babies in the family, diapers are a necessity.

Other Financial Obligations

Notify your credit card companies and explain your financial situation to them. Most credit card companies will work with you and temporarily lower your monthly payments. If you have a car loan or a student loan, notify the financial institution who you make your payment to. They may also be able to temporarily lower your payments. This may protect you with your credit debt. Some companies may be willing to let you reorganize your debt, by making smaller payments each month, without jeopardizing your credit status.

Family Help

Do not be too proud to ask for assistance from other family members during your financial crisis. In some instances other family members may be able to help with child care, food, or medicine.

Different Organizations

Food banks are located in most cities. Church organizations are a good source of help. Community outreach programs may be able to assist you.

You are not alone during a financial crisis. Asking for help will increase your chance of surviving. Communicating and supporting each other is the top priority to becoming financially secure.

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