This post brought to you by BMO Harris Bank N.A. Member FDIC. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you been looking for a new job, lost an old one or maybe looking for the right one? These can be very hard times in someone’s life, fortunately I can say I’ve been at my current job for over 12 years and so far didn’t have to worry about any of this. Things can change however, in the blink of an eye and are you prepared for it?
What if your job hunt takes longer than anticipated, will you run out of savings before something else comes along? Preparing is the best thing to do, if you are planning on leaving a job, start saving your money and only buy the most needed items to make it through the week till you have a new job; if you lost your job unexpectedly, be sure to start looking right away so you don’t deplete all your savings. It can be an exciting time of your life, but also turn into a scary time really quick.
BMO Harris Bank knows that these life events can sometimes be shocking, unplanned and unforgettable. With the new five-week long BMO Harris Bank Scavenger Hunt Sweepstakes they take us through an interactive game experience geared around such life events. This week we are on week 2 and you will get lots of tips and idea revolving around a new job and your finances, like “Budget for essentials first”, “Don’t be afraid to be frugal” and many more tips and ideas to get you through a smooth transition for you and your family.
Be sure to enter for your chance to win the
BMO Harris Bank Scavenger Hunt Sweepstakes!! Don’t forget to follow BMO Harris on Facebook to keep up with all the savings tips and ideas they share. Each week opens a new environment that focuses on a life stage moment, where you can discover relevant financial information and collect tokens for a chance to win anywhere from $500-$2,000.
How will you prepare you and your family for such a big life event? Are you planning on looking for a new job or maybe the kids are getting big and you are trying to start your career? Would love t hear your tips and ideas and insight on how life with a new job is going.