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Month: September 2016

3 Foolproof Pieces of Advice for Saving Toward Your First Million

“I remember making my first million dollars.”

Sure, it’s a sentence we’d all love to be saying sooner rather than later.

However, given the fact there are relatively few millionaires in the world, the dream of making our first million dollars, let alone a second or third, seems pretty far away, doesn’t it?

It doesn’t have to be.

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Money and Productivity: Weekend Reading

We’ve been downsizing like crazy.

I’m pretty sure we are the sole supporters of our local thrift store.

And that’s partially because nobody else’s stuff will fit in there with all of our stuff.

This weekend, I will be selling a lot of stuff on various websites. I’m sure a post about it will be coming soon. Here’s the latest and greatest!

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Habit Change is Like Chess

Changing a habit is like playing a game of chess.

In chess there’s an early game, a middle game, and an endgame. The same is true for habit change.

Many people try to change their habits by skipping straight to the endgame. They dive in and commit themselves to making the change happen right away. This is what people do when they make a New Year’s Resolution. It hardly ever works.

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4 Things to Negotiate When Taking an Auto Loan

Public transport doesn’t meet the transportation needs of many Americans and an increasing number of people are deciding to own cars.

The easiest way to pay for a car is by cash or check but not many people can afford to pull out $20,000 to buy a car and drive it off the lot. Hence, most car buyers need to take up one form of auto loan or another.

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