Though many believe the inevitable coming collapse would destroy the dollar, making your saving useless (or will it?), there are plenty of things you can do with your money right now, things that will get you to be more prepared for what’s coming.
Don’t worry, I’m not gonna try to convince you to spend all your money on preps. There are plenty of other things you can do with them that most preppers will agree to. Let’s see them!
#1. Buy land for your location
There are many preppers who are considering either moving away from crowded cities, or simply having a bug out location. Some of them, such as JR, are even documenting the process step by step, from buying the land, to building the retreat to setting up perimeter defenses and stockpiling it with food, water, tools, gear etc.
Buying the land is the hardest decision to make, of course, primarily because of the costs involved. Sure, it won’t be as expensive as getting a penthouse in downtown Manhattan but, if you decide to go for it, it’ll probably be your biggest expense when it comes to survival.
Still, the benefits of a house in the woods go well beyond preparedness. You can go there to relax, work the garden and spend quality time with your family.
#2. Get out of debt
I wouldn’t want to be caught in debt when the big one hits. As I’m writing this, there’re plenty of news and rumors that another stock market crash is likely this year and …