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The 6 Types of Financially Toxic People

“#1) The Extractor. An Extractor is the type of person who tries to get others to pay for as many things as possible, but accomplishes this through sneaky means.”
TieTheMoneyKnot.com

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Why Young Investors Shouldn’t Fear a Market Crash

“The reality is that it’s actually worse to be out of the market when it’s doing well than to be in the market when it’s doing poorly.”
MomandDadMoney.com

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How to Live a More Meaningful, and Deliberate, Life

“I’m not going to pretend I follow all of these to a ‘T’ but as I sit here and reflect, they certainly would lead to a “rich” life in the top 1% as I define it.”
Bucking-The-Trend.com

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The 3 Types of Freedom

“Rather than trade time for money in perpetuity, it makes far more sense to momentarily trade time for money, and then harness that money into renewing itself.”
AffordAnything.com

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The Powerful Pull of Possibility

“With indexing, the probabilities would be in his favor but the possibility of earning market-beating returns would fall to zero… It was like letting go of a dream.”
CanadianCouchPotato.com

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What You Need to Know About The Target Credit Card Breach

“YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE for a fraud charge until you find it and report it.”
FreeFromBroke.com

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Why You Should Think of Your Dollars As Employees

“#3: Once your dollars are earning enough to replace your income, you don’t have to work.” – EscapingDodge.com

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The 1% Savings Tip

“Increase your savings rate by 1% this year, then do the same thing next year. And the year after that.” – WSJ.com

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My Embarrassing Confession: I’m a Deadbeat

“While spending as much as possible is the shortest path to a healthy world economy, it’s also the shortest path to the poorhouse.” – MoneyTalksNews.com

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Don’t Worry About The Mule, Just Load The Wagon

“Planning is important, but action is what gets the job done.” – FIjourney.com