IN the world before Covid-19, most of us only prepared for emergencies that arise in the normal course of life: home repairs, accidents, or sudden bouts of illness. But then the coronavirus pandemic arrived, and even the best preparations could not have prepared us sufficiently for its consequences. With a
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(Photo: Shutterstock) As COVID-19 ravages the US economy, a sample of Americans across the income spectrum say financial insecurity is a “big deal,” according to a recent study, The investigation, led by Commonwealth and supported by MetLife, said that 81% of 2,000 respondents saw financial insecurity as a top concern.