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20somethingfinance Year in Review (Best of 2015)
Wed, 12/30/15 | 7 Comments
20somethingfinance Year in Review (Best of 2015)

Before I get all 20somethingfinance on you, first a recap of everything that happened in the world in 2015:
1. pizza rat… FOR. THE. WIN!
2. Trump… LOL wut?
3. Star Wars… mmm, childhood nostalgia, you’re so seductively …

Share your Biggest Ups & Downs in 2013 & Set Goals for 2014
Wed, 01/1/14 | 17 Comments
Share your Biggest Ups & Downs in 2013 & Set Goals for 2014

Happy new year!
A few posts ago, I mentioned that one of my favorite things about holiday break is taking some time to reflect, assess, and set goals.
If you don’t know where you’ve been, where you’re …

20SomethingFinance Reader Profile Survey (Super Happy Fun)
Sat, 02/23/13 | 6 Comments
20SomethingFinance Reader Profile Survey (Super Happy Fun)

I’ve often been curious as to the demographics of the WONDERFUL readers & contributors to this here site.
By nature (name of the blog), you would assume a heavy concentration of, well, twenty-somethings.
However, some of the …

National Minimum Wage: Should it be Raised & Indexed?
Mon, 02/18/13 | 14 Comments
National Minimum Wage: Should it be Raised & Indexed?

The national minimum wage debate is fun.
And because the federal minimum wage is not currently indexed to cost of living changes, it usually rears its head every 5 years or so, as it stagnates for …

Fiscal Cliff: What is this Thing? Can it be Avoided?
Mon, 11/12/12 | 8 Comments
Fiscal Cliff: What is this Thing? Can it be Avoided?

Now that the election is behind us and 2014 campaigning has begun, just about every political news story of late revolves around the impending “fiscal cliff”.
Ah, yes, the “fiscal cliff”. An impending smorgasbord of automatic …

Only Two Personal Finance Magazines Remain: Can they Survive?
Mon, 09/10/12 | 9 Comments
Only Two Personal Finance Magazines Remain: Can they Survive?

Smart Money Releases its Final Print Issue
A few months ago, Smart Money, the personal finance magazine from the Wall Street Journal’s parent company, announced that they were ceasing print production and moving to a digital-only …


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