The 1994 family comedy Blank Check teaches us a valuable lesson about money and the tendency to underestimate what a modern lifestyle really costs. Acclaimed actor [...]
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Gather ‘round my friends, I’ve a story to tell. I need your full attention, I’d rather not yell. This story’s about money, It don’t [...]
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I am about to do some depraved, awful things to the extended warranty industry. I’m sure you can handle it, but in the event Retire29 [...]
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Thanks to it getting picked up by Lifehacker, one of my previous articles titled “Before You Step, First Look Where You’re Standing” has been one [...]
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The most pivotal moments in life never seem that way in the present. The weight of our actions usually become known only when we look [...]
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When I told my wife what I thought was going on, she gave her typical response, “Eric, have you been drinking the homemade liquor again?” [...]
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I’ve never told anyone this story before—not my wife, not my long-time friends, not nobody. You’re the first to hear it. Part of the appeal [...]
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In its simplest terms, the internet is just a big marketplace made up of three players: storefronts, promoters, and customers. The customers are all of us: [...]
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It’s been 231 days since I last provided an update on my financial situation and my progress toward early retirement. That delay is partly attributable to [...]
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The blog-turned-book When to Rob a Bank, by authors Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner (of Freakonomics fame), is a compilation of short missives that are meant [...]
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