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More than half of households experienced a financial shock in 2015, according to a new report from The Pew Charitable Trusts. Repairing or replacing a vehicle was the most common emergency (affecting 29 percent of households), followed by major home repairs (20 percent), an illness or injury requiring a trip to the hospital (20 percent) and a loss of income (20 percent). Researchers found that while having savings helped, it wasn't a cure-all. Half of the families who had at least $2,000 in savings enough to cover the median emergency expense still reported struggling afterward, versus 70 percent of those who had less than $2,000 on hand. Even among those with at least $4,000 saved, 44 percent said they experienced financial challenges after an emergency expense. Beefing up your emergency fund is still your best recourse to soften the blow of a financial emergency, said Carolyn McClanahan, director of financial planning for Life Planning Partners in Jacksonville, Florida. Ideally, you'd aim for three to six months of living expenses set aside, but even a little bit of savings can reduce your reliance on credit cards. "You want to have money set aside in case something happens," she said. Beyond that rainy-day money, these four precautions can help you better weather common financial shocks: 1) Plan for known expenses Not all financial emergencies pop up out of the blue . If you see an expense on the horizon say, an aging appliance starting to act up, or a pending shift in income from maternity leave start setting aside money specifically to handle that, McClanahan said. "If you're a homeowner, you need to anticipate in your budget that something is going to happen with your house," she said. "Budget a certain amount each year, and put it in savings." Avoid surprises by asking about upcoming expenses when you buy a home or car. A home inspection might note the remaining life on features like the roof or water heater before they need replacing, for example. When you buy a used car , a trusted mechanic can offer an early warning on parts that may need to be repaired or replaced in the near term, said Matt DeLorenzo, managing editor for Kelley Blue Book. 2) Apply for a HELOC If you own your home, set up a home equity line of credit, McClanahan said. Do it before you need it especially if you're looking to make a big home improvement or repair. It's a measure McClanahan wishes she'd put in place before starting a home renovation in 2014.
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