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Everyone, I have a confession to make…
…I’ve been WRONG about ultra-frugality this whole time.
That’s right. It turns out that ultra-frugal living tips — ones that’ll save you literally DOZENS of dollars every year — are the best solutions to your financial woes.
Who do I have to thank for opening my eyes?
Why, websites with listicles for the “XX best frugal living tips” of course! Without their amazing, not-at-all-scream-inducingly awful ...
What’s the best way to invest your money?
Individual stocks — and hope one of them becomes the next Google.
Bitcoin — and constantly annoy your friends with unsolicited humblebrags of how much you’re allegedly making.
Low-cost, diversified portfolio of index funds — and actually make money.
If you answered anything other than C, send me an email with your address so I can come to your house and slap you.
It doesn’t matter ...
Real quick: How much does the average wedding in the United States cost?
If you guessed anything other than $35,329, you’d be wrong.
How is it possible that someone can spend this much money on a single day? And how is it possible that everyone who thinks their wedding “doesn’t need to be that fancy” eventually spends more than they planned?
To answer that question, you have to understand that every little ...
A while back, a friend of mine called me asking for a favor: She wanted to borrow my credit card to buy something online.
“How come?” I asked. “Don’t you have a credit card?”
To which she told me she didn’t have one.
Here’s an exclusive look at my reaction in GIF form.
After I finished pulling out my hair, I suggested that she get her own credit card and start building her ...
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