you Have money...but how much buying power do you have today?
You've heard of inflation. But the news typically talks about currency inflation, not your actual cost of living.
Use the Bureau of Labor Statistic's Consumer Price Index calculator below: you'll see how your Buying Power has changed over time.
Has your income kept up with inflation?
Has your savings?
For example, if you thought making $50,000 a year was good income in 2007, you'd need to be making $61,000 in 2017 to have the same lifestyle. Or if you set a goal of having at least $1,000 in savings back in the year 2000, you'd need to have $1,500 in that savings account right now in order to have the same financial safety net.
Most people need more in an emergency
That's why SafetyNet income insurance can pay you up to $9,000 fast if you become laid off, or if a doctor takes you off work for more than 30 days.
For less than the cost of Netflix you can receive cash to use as you like. Premiums starting under $10.
There is no fine print. We are very clear about what is covered and what is not. Here's how it works.
The online application
takes about 5 minutes to complete and approvals are immediate.
If you do fall on hard-times, most approved claims will be paid within 2 business days so you can get back on your feet. You get cash fast so your budget stays on track.