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How this woman quit her job and lived on her savings in her 20s

Having an emergency fund should be the cornerstone of a household budget.

Experts often recommend you have at least three months of savings to deal with unexpected revenue losses.

But how much money should you save to deliberately quit your job? That is a more difficult question to answer.

For Tori Dunlap, the founder focused on women her first 100K financial education company, the number is $100,000.

Dunlap got a junior marketing job after graduating from college and quickly learned that the business wasn’t for her.

She started blogging and set a goal of saving $100,000 by the time she turned 25. Her followers grew with her savings and the full-time entrepreneur has now hit her goal. shortly after her 25th birthday.

Watch this video to learn the four steps Dunlap recommends people take to build their own safety net.

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Emma James

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