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Why do you care about my spelling? Biting comments like yours tell so much about you, your state of mind, how happy you are. I feel very sorry for you.
2 years, 8 months ago on Is a Master’s Degree Worth It?
I like the way you've always been grounded Jeffrey. Keep it real and honest.
2 years, 10 months ago on Can We Stop Gushing Over Our Self-Affirming Financial Bullshit?
How will you save for a wedding? Really, do people ask that question? I can easily think of 1,000 better ways to spend money than on a wedding.
2 years, 10 months ago on Life After Quitting Questions Answered: Saving, Business-Building and More
Sweet rund-up Jeffrey. How do you get into so many carnivals?
2 years, 11 months ago on Spruced Up: It's Already March! Edition
As much as I like to keep things simple, we do have multimple accounts. It helps me to separate priorities when I account for them in separate pots.
2 years, 11 months ago on Multiple Bank Accounts: Is Having More Better or Worse?
We use H&R Block online and still manage to do it all without outside assistane. We have access to heavily discounted versions of the software through military programs set-up with H&R B. I have a hard time paying anyone money for the privelage of getting my money back from the government.
2 years, 11 months ago on Tax Hack: Use Premium Features of Turbo Tax For Free and Save
Good argument Jeffrey. I don't have any issus with PF bloggers in general that put forward smart ideas. Blogs are businsses; their creators produce content that must appeal to an audience for them to be viable. If we think of the blog as a product then it's all about marketing. I don't respect people that misrepresent themselves but a blog can represent a fraction of the authors value set and be a valuable resource. I'm with you, I don't follow any one persons advice 100% of the time either.
2 years, 11 months ago on Wealthy, Successful Bloggers: Don’t Simply Follow Their Frugal Advice
Good arguments here Jeffrey. I can relate easil to this as I have completed the both a bachelors and masters. I've always argued that education fr the sake of education is comletely worthwhile; it adds to the base of human knowledge and if you decide it's not for you then you've learned that too along the way. My masters was in family finncil planning and I did this to build on my prefessiona; exerience and to engage my mind. As a stay at home Dad I needed something to really exercize my brain and add to my self worth. Am I uing it today, yes and no, definitely not professionally. Was it worth it, in my experence it was worth it. I also graduatd pretty much debt free.
3 years ago on Is a Master’s Degree Worth It?
Can't wait for Superbowl action. Bring on the salsa & corn chips it's going to be a great game.
3 years ago on Spruced Up: Superbowl Bound, Baby Edition