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Old 09-09-2016, 10:47 PM
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Good info Ryan.
Sounds almost identical to what I told my daughter about two months ago on starting savings accounts.
She was like that will work and its so simple to do,but at first She was like those small amounts each week won't do much. Then I started the math with her and she was like WOW. She then said " I'm becoming am adult!"
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Ryan, this is awesome.....over the years on this forum, I've seen similarities in our personal fiscal policies (if you will)....I, too, have an accounting background and finances are my passion as well....probably why I'm in the career I'm in......looking forward to seeing/reading your articles and either confirming or debating some of your thoughts and mind.
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Thanks guys, I hope you'll keep up with it.

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^^^^ I started my life adventure by creating the "lay off fund", which covered not only that but unexpected surprises, and I always preach this as step one to newblets. Sure, some people would say that's what credit cards are for (unexpected expenses), but my response to that one is that, "the best interest paid is always the interest other people pay to me".
It's amazing, something as simple as a rainy day account alludes most people. And who wants to create a new debt in the middle of a personal crisis (job loss)? Credit cards ought not be a crutch, IMO. Talk about compounding an emergency. Play ahead, not from behind. That's what I always say!

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This could develop into an economic opportunity for yourself, also. As in, consulting?
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This could develop into an economic opportunity for yourself, also. As in, consulting?
You never know. Right now I want to help people and let some of the energy out I have on the topic. If I do a good job, the monetizing should take care of itself.

It's funny you mention that though. The number of text messages, private messages, phone calls I've been getting is uncanny. People just want some guidelines to follow to keep their money on track and not stress about it.

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These days ,its the younger Gens that needs to learn money management!

Now these days ,were not talking about a $ 99 cent burger or a .25 cent
cup of coffee!

Anymore ,it cost $7.00 to $10.00 bucks for a lunch meal ,an if you add
that up on a daily basis ,then figure weekly an at the end of the month ,
it will come out to be a big chunk of change!...
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Interesting Ryan, I will be reading as you add more.
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That's good stuff right there, I peeked at a few of the topics and you've piqued my interest.

I went through Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University some years back and it really turned me around financially. Of course I've allowed some ignorance back into my life and I'm back to square one, but I'm not dead yet and far from defeated. Keep up the great writing!
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Speaking of the subject, any updates Ryan?
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I had a slow week last week. It was my wife's birthday and anniversary all in one week so my writing came to a crawl, but I'm back on the horse.

If there are any general topics anyone would like to see covered, I'm all ears.

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