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Despite my prowess in saving and paying down debt, I have long overlooked one critical piece of a solid financial foundation: investing.
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If you’re a 20- or 30-something, you’re probably familiar with the “gig economy.”
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Usually, you can tell when you’ve absolutely bombed an interview.
Throughout my career, I’ve been lucky enough to have some fantastic mentors.
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Back when I was trying to furiously pay down debt, I became enamored with the show Extreme Couponing.
So you got a promotion. Congratulations! But are you feeling unsure about how great that raise, title change, or additional benefit actually is?
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