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Survey Says: Reader Survey Results are In
Mon, 03/11/13 | 2 Comments
Survey Says: Reader Survey Results are In

A few weeks ago, I asked everyone to fill out a survey here. Over 700 (wow!) obliged.
Thank you!
That’s a strong sample size. And the insights gained were priceless.
You can check out the full results here.
What …

The Top 50 Tactical Posts of the First 5 Years of 20somethingfinance
Fri, 12/28/12 | 2 Comments
The Top 50 Tactical Posts of the First 5 Years of 20somethingfinance

As you know, 20somethingfinance just turned 5. To mark the occasion, I’m highlighting the best posts over the first five years.
While the first of this two-parter highlighted the best ideological posts, this one will get …

The Top 25 Ideological Posts of the First 5 Years of 20somethingfinance
Thu, 12/27/12 | 4 Comments
The Top 25 Ideological Posts of the First 5 Years of 20somethingfinance

20somethingfinance just hit its 5 year birthday. Over those 5 years I’ve written close to 600 articles (almost a million words!) on a wide variety of personal finance related topics.
You’re always more than welcome to …

5 Biggest Lessons Learned in 5 Years of Personal Finance Blogging
Wed, 12/26/12 | 12 Comments
5 Biggest Lessons Learned in 5 Years of Personal Finance Blogging

20somethingfinance hits a landmark birthday this Thursday: 5 years!
What started out as a twinkle in my eye during the start of my Christmas vacation 5 years ago has blossomed into a behemoth financial publishing empire.
Yeah, …

5 Life Takeaways from the Great Recession (to Prepare you for the Next One)
Wed, 12/5/12 | 9 Comments
5 Life Takeaways from the Great Recession (to Prepare you for the Next One)

The Great Recession meant a lot of things to a lot of people.
For many, unfortunately, it meant some combination of job loss, extensive periods of unemployment, home foreclosure, economic hardship, a huge portfolio hit, and …

Black Thanksgiving: Who is to Blame?
Mon, 11/19/12 | 21 Comments
Black Thanksgiving: Who is to Blame?

Last year, number of big name retailers, including Walmart, Sears, and Toys R Us – made the jump from Black Friday to Thanksgiving night hours. That prompted a little ode to Black Friday from me.
In …


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