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The U.S. is the Most Overworked Developed Nation in the World – When do we Draw the Line?
Tue, 10/12/10 | 358 Comments
The U.S. is the Most Overworked Developed Nation in the World – When do we Draw the Line?

We, as Americans, work too many hours. If you don’t believe so, check out the following data points that compare us to our peers around the world.
American Work-Life Balance

According to the Center for American Progress …

Is the “Manager Special” Ever a Good Idea?
Tue, 09/21/10 | 12 Comments
Is the “Manager Special” Ever a Good Idea?

“The Daily Special”
When I worked in the restaurant business back in high school as a busboy at a pancake house (no shame in that), I remember walking back in the kitchen and seeing a table …

Finding Happiness Along the Way to Long-Term Financial Goals
Mon, 06/14/10 | 10 Comments
Finding Happiness Along the Way to Long-Term Financial Goals

The Three 800lb. Financial Gorillas
It’s once again time to dive into the dark and murky depths of personal finance philosophy. Into the can money buy happiness(?) realm.
Personal finance gurus, bloggers, writers, professionals, whomever tend to …

The 3 Questions you Must Ask Yourself Before Reading Another Personal Finance Post
Sun, 12/20/09 | 13 Comments
The 3 Questions you Must Ask Yourself Before Reading Another Personal Finance Post

If you’re reading any post on a personal finance blog, the odds are that you are trying to achieve a goal through the means of money. But you may be wasting a whole heck of …

20Somethingfinance.com Has Launched!
Sat, 12/29/07 | 2 Comments
20Somethingfinance.com Has Launched!

I am hungry to get into the ‘meat and potatoes’ financial topics, so please excuse me while I get philosophical on this, the first post on 20Somethingfinance.com. What makes an ‘expert’ in anything? And at …


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