1. […] you’ve overcome debt, learned to budget your spending and started saving for emergencies and big purchases. All of those techniques are great for dealing with the money that you already have. But the […]

  2. […] to your lifestyle in order to pay off debt. You also need to be saving money for emergencies and big purchases, and do some investing to grow your wealth and provide for your future. Those things can be tough […]

  3. […] can least afford to lose you — i.e., your working years. If you’ve stayed out of debt, saved and invested well, however, you should have a strong portfolio by the time you retire (say 65 0r 70 […]

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