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Financial Preparedness Social Media Toolkit

Social Media Messaging

Use the hashtags, emojis, sample tweets and graphics to spread the word about National Financial Capability Month!

Hashtags and Emoji Use

  • Use the following hashtag to accompany your posts during Financial Capability Month: #FinancialFuture2019 

  • Relevant emojis can also be incorporated into the posts.

Related Links

General Financial Preparedness 

  • You never know when a disaster will happen. You can prepare by setting aside money in a rainy day fund. Learn more financial preparedness tips:  #FinancialFuture2019

  • Saving is the best financial defense against disasters. A little bit at a time can go a long way. Learn more on how to save smart: #FinancialFuture2019

  • Do you have all the documents and digital copies you need to protect yourself after a disaster? Use the checklists in the Emergency Financial First Aid Kit (EFFAK) and see if you’re missing anything:  #FinancialFuture2019 

Planning and Budgeting 

  • Take control of your finances and make a savings plan for when disaster strikes. Learn how: #FinancialFuture2019

  • Keep track of your money with a spending plan. Learn more on how you can be in control of your finances: #FinancialFuture2019#

  • Do you know where your money is going? Track your expenses and get smarter with your money, you never know when you will need it after a disaster: #FinancialFuture2019

  • Prepare for disasters now for peace of mind later. Create a budget that includes a savings plan, and be ready for the unexpected: #FinancialFuture2019

  • Just like saving, small spending can add up. Spend smarter to be ready for a disaster with these personal budgeting resources: #FinancialFuture2019#


  • Take small steps to be ready when a disaster strikes. Set aside a little bit each month for your savings. Get more tips:  #FinancialFuture2019

  • The best way to be financially prepared for a disaster is by saving. Learn more:  #FinancialFuture2019

  • Do you have a rainy day fund? Invest in your safety by setting aside money for emergencies. Learn more: #FinancialFuture2019 

  • Regular saving can pay off in many ways, especially in case of a disaster or emergency. Learn how you can prepare your finances: #FinancialFuture2019 

  • Encourage your kids to start building good money habits. Saving a little bit at a time helps them be prepared for all kinds of emergencies: #FinancialFuture2019 


  • Before disaster strikes, review your #insurance coverage. Insurance is the fastest way to recover after a disaster. Learn more steps you can take to be financially prepared:  #FinancialFuture2019 

  • Where it rains it can #flood. One inch of water in your home can cost $25,000 in damage. Do you have flood insurance? Learn more:  #FinancialFuture2019 

  • Homeowners and renters insurance do not typically cover flood damage. Contact National Flood Insurance Program Help Center at 800-427-4661. Talk to your agent to find out what is covered by your existing policy and ask about flood insurance.  #FinancialFuture2019 

  • Documenting your personal property can help #insurance claims in the event of a disaster. Take this free action now and protect yourself later. #FinancialFuture2019 

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Last Updated: 02/18/2021