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Which Car Should I Sell – Results
Sun, 07/20/08 | 4 Comments
Which Car Should I Sell – Results

In a post last week, I asked the readers what vehicle they thought I should sell, a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am or a 2003 Pontiac Vibe. In full disclosure, I had made a decision prior …

Which Vehicle Should I Sell? You Decide!
Wed, 07/9/08 | 15 Comments
Which Vehicle Should I Sell? You Decide!

Choosing Which Car to Sell
My wife and I have each been lucky enough to have our own vehicle for more than a decade (major age hint drop). Vehicles have become a part of our daily …

Where do I Put all of My Money? A Guide to Asset Allocation
Sat, 05/24/08 | 2 Comments
Where do I Put all of My Money? A Guide to Asset Allocation

Asset Allocation: Net Positive Income – a Good Problem to Have
It’s great to be ‘in the black’ with your net income, simply meaning that more money is coming in than being spent. This is different …

How to Get out of Debt: Step 2 – Debt Payoff Strategy
Wed, 05/7/08 | 12 Comments
How to Get out of Debt: Step 2 – Debt Payoff Strategy

How to Pay off Debt
Recently, we covered step 1 on how to get out of debt – stopping the bleeding, or preventing the accrual of additional new debt. Preventing added debt is essential when trying …

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 …


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