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Clever Ways to Delay Instant Purchase Gratification
Thu, 04/17/08 | 11 Comments
Clever Ways to Delay Instant Purchase Gratification

Consumer Purchases are Driven by Our Emotions
When all it takes to buy something you are interested in is to plug in a number, or swipe with your hand, what’s preventing your emotions from taking over …

How to Get Out of Debt: Step 1 – Stop the Bleeding
Sun, 04/13/08 | 15 Comments
How to Get Out of Debt: Step 1 – Stop the Bleeding

Getting Out of Debt
In a way, 20somethingfinance.com is a solid get out of debt blog – I hate debt, urge readers to increase their personal savings rate as much as possible.
That said, getting out of …

Term Life Insurance Versus Cash Value Life Insurance
Thu, 04/10/08 | 20 Comments
Term Life Insurance Versus Cash Value Life Insurance

The Differences Between Term Life Insurance and Cash Value Life Insurance
Earlier this week, we discussed if you need a life insurance policy, and how much you might need to be covered by. For those of …

Life Insurance: How Much Coverage do I Need, if Any?
Sun, 04/6/08 | 21 Comments
Life Insurance: How Much Coverage do I Need, if Any?

Do I Need Life Insurance?
Life insurance isn’t one of those warm and fuzzy topics that everyone loves to address. Making and investing money can be incredibly exciting. Creating a plan to protect your loved one’s …

Should you Pay for Lifelock when you can Prevent & Monitor Identity Theft for Free? A Lifelock Review
Tue, 04/1/08 | 67 Comments
Should you Pay for Lifelock when you can Prevent & Monitor Identity Theft for Free? A Lifelock Review

A Lifelock Review: Is Lifelock Worth the Money?
You may know LifeLock CEO, Todd Davis’s social security number, 457-55-5462. Most people have seen it, as Lifelock has plastered it everywhere as a symbol of their identity …


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