How to Financially Survive an Economic Collapse? — 5 Comments

  1. I couldn’t agree with you more! You hit the nail on the head. Living here in the U.S. I see the scenarios that you discussed everyday. Here the Prepper movement is geared to those that can afford to prep. I was not raised like this and I am on disability and my husband is retired. Here, you cannot find a job at his age. Our income is limited. Our income, is very limited and we have adjusted our way of living to fit this situation. We have no cell phones, no cable, went to a smaller fuel efficient car. There are lots of things we have done to cut back. Our major problem is a mortage. We have paid more than half of the amount of our house off and should be out of debt with it within 3 years. That is our goal. Once that expense is out of the way, we will be able to save for other needs. Notice I said needs and not wants. I do ebay and anything else that can bring in some form of income that is considered extra.
    It was a joy to listen to you! Keep up the good work.

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