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Have You Ever Accepted Something You Didn’t Need?

  Oh, the power of the internet. In case you missed it, Matthew Inman (hilarious cartoonist at The Oatmeal) received a letter from an attorney representing FunnyJunk.com. Due to some past drama between the two sites, the attorney is threatening to sue Inman in federal court. Or, conveniently, if Inman wants to send a check [...]

Do You Worry About Meeting Basic Needs?

Sometimes I really believe I should stay off the internet. Yesterday, a Facebook friend posted an article about the top financial concerns among Americans. Of those surveyed, 41% reported meeting basic needs as their primary concern. I found this interesting, and tweeted the article in hopes of engaging in some good discussion. Instead, between the [...]

5 Things Wealthy People Never Say

Do you dream of being wealthy someday? Imagine a world where you don’t have to worry about paying the bills, saving for retirement, or providing for your family because you know everything is in order. A world where you are free to do the things you love with no debt to hold you back. A [...]

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