Open Enrollment Deserves your FULL Attention. Here’s Why
Wed, 10/29/14 | 6 Comments

Earlier this week, I received a note from my employer’s HR department that open enrollment for 2015 benefit elections had started. I instantly got a little giddy.
Every year, I get geeked out to find out …

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The Retirement Gamble: Why Low-Cost Indexing Reduces your Risk
May 13, 2013 | 7 Comments
The Retirement Gamble: Why Low-Cost Indexing Reduces your Risk

The wife was working a night shift on Saturday, so I had an opportunity to do what all married personal finance bloggers dream about doing on a Saturday night – watch a PBS documentary on …

Watering my Lawn had MULTIPLIED my Total Water Usage!
May 8, 2013 | 9 Comments
Watering my Lawn had MULTIPLIED my Total Water Usage!

This is a long lost post from the 20somethingfinance archives. I wrote it a few years ago, and for whatever reason, it was lost and never published. The dates are old, but the lesson learned …

The Perfect Stock
May 6, 2013 | 12 Comments
The Perfect Stock

Doesn’t exist.
Just ask anyone who bought Apple, at some point during its never-ending rocket to an inevitable $1M per share.
If you bought Apple, as just about everyone in my peer group suggested I do around …

Why the Name of this Blog was an Epic FAIL… but that’s OK
May 1, 2013 | 46 Comments
Why the Name of this Blog was an Epic FAIL… but that’s OK

While chatting and enjoying a homebrew a few months back with personal finance blogging buddy, Mr. Money Mustache, I admitted the following:
“I seriously regret ever having named my blog 20somethingfinance.”
That’s not something that is easy …

A Letter to the Management of Companies with Hated Customer Service
April 29, 2013 | 9 Comments
A Letter to the Management of Companies with Hated Customer Service

A news article headline caught my eye the other day.
“Rogers CEO says customer service needs to improve ‘significantly’”.
Rogers, a Canadian cable, wireless, and media company (Canada’s version of AT&T) – made the bold statement that …

The 4 Reactions to Frugality & Why Spending Can Only Take you so Far
April 24, 2013 | 19 Comments
The 4 Reactions to Frugality & Why Spending Can Only Take you so Far

There are four common reactions that I get when I preach frugality and the benefits harvested from a frugal lifestyle.
The first is excitement. Those who have been bitten by the frugality bug have an incredible …


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