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Are you kidding me. Having known many professional football players who now work different odd jobs I do not feel sorry for them. They get a decent retirement package that includes insurance and monthly pension stipend. Oh I wish I'm that lucky in retirement.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2012 on Broke Athletes at Free Money Finance
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In my effort to save more American jobs I will purchase 50% of items at the brick and mortars. I have friends who do the show rooming and except for groceries only buy cheap goods online but then struggle to connect the dots of why it's so hard for them to maintain US employment. There will soon be fewer and fewer physical location stores. Also in my area for USA made goods local stores don't carry many of them so I will go online to purchase USA made shoes, socks, and other items.
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2012 on Questions on "Showrooming" at Free Money Finance
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All very interesting comments.
Toggle Commented May 12, 2012 on Reader Profile: CW at Free Money Finance
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His biggest obstacles to succeeding will be whether his wife will get pregnant again before he is ready financially, whether their marriage will last, and whether he can maintain a good income. I think the whole family allowance of $350 is wasted money (and what is up with the wife's allowance). Time to not continue to be children and waste funds but to actually target that money on an actual goal (i.e. kids educations savings, credit card extra payment, 5 year wedding plans, starting wife's business, etc.) If you need to go out each month then cut that down to $100. Personally I think it’s best to use those funds to pay off that used car, and when such loan is paid off, to start saving that $350 towards a new car (so to avoid any future car loans).
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2012 on Reader Profile: DR at Free Money Finance
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I agree with Daisy's comment--spending less is the key.
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The changes in my life would be only having a company phone, living with roomates, no dog, maybe 2nd job,less retirement savings per yr, signing up for the income based repayment student loan option, more raman noodles, and less vacations.
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2012 on Living on $50,000 at Free Money Finance
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The husband needs to set up limited liability corporation, with its own separate accounts and he should avoid personally guaranteeing or being on the hook for his company's venture. He should also have any property owned as part of a Trust (why make it so obvious to potential litigants that he owns the property).He should also carefully screen tenants and follow applicable laws as to his business ventures. Of course, the very best way to insulate herself which she knows is to get divorced.
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