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Boost your resilience

“We never think the worst will happen to us but life is often unpredictable. Build a savings buffer that can help you manage those unexpected financial shocks should they occur,” Sian says.

Being financially resilient

The first step is to understand what your financial situation is, Canna says. “Work out what you

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