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Marissa Mayer Ending Telecommuting at Yahoo? No Big Deal. Your Work-Life Balance? Big Deal
Mon, 03/4/13 | 17 Comments
Marissa Mayer Ending Telecommuting at Yahoo? No Big Deal. Your Work-Life Balance? Big Deal

Marissa Mayer earned a lot of attention last week with her declaration to Yahoo employees that they would no longer be allowed to telecommute.
- Some have said it is not fair to employees who have …

How Much Money would you Need to Walk Away?
Wed, 08/29/12 | 25 Comments
How Much Money would you Need to Walk Away?

I focus a lot on reaching financial independence.
There are a few different paths you can take to get there, and I have stayed incredibly focused on the fastest, most direct path, which has kept it …

The Crossover Point & Financial Independence
Wed, 03/14/12 | 6 Comments
The Crossover Point & Financial Independence

If you’ve read Your Money or Your Life, you know what the “Crossover Point” is.
And once that seed has been planted, it’s hard to forget about it.
If you don’t know what it is, I’ll give …

What is your Definition of Financial Independence?
Mon, 02/20/12 | 12 Comments
What is your Definition of Financial Independence?

Financial independence, or the interchangeable “financial freedom”, is a powerful concept.
We all recognize it as a good thing. Something to strive for. Something to admire in others who have achieved it.
The 20somethingfinance tagline and mission …

A Review of the Personal Finance Classic: Your Money or Your Life
Mon, 02/6/12 | 4 Comments
A Review of the Personal Finance Classic: Your Money or Your Life

I recently read the personal finance classic book, Your Money or Your Life, and wanted to write up a little review with some thoughts.
This book, first published in 1992, is still very popular to this …

What is your Personal Savings Rate? (reader poll)
Tue, 08/30/11 | 30 Comments
What is your Personal Savings Rate? (reader poll)

The average U.S. personal saving rate (as a percentage of income) over the last few years has hovered around 5%. But what goes in to the BEA‘s (U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis) personal savings rate …


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