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reeltime wrote:Do you recommend to folks to live off of a credit card?
reeltime wrote:Are you saying it's unwise to keep an emergency fund?
reeltime wrote:Is free miles and cash back a good strategy to build wealth?
reeltime wrote:Is playing the lottery a smart use of money?
reeltime wrote:Is it wiser to get 2% cash back on a credit card, or use compound interest to save?
reeltime wrote:Should people rely on Social Security to retire?
reeltime wrote:Is leasing a new car a smart move or is it better to purchase used, pay off, and own your vehicle?
reeltime wrote:Should you measure wealth by net worth (defined earlier) or FICO score? Or is your credit limit the best measure?
reeltime wrote:How do you define winning financially?
You obviously didn't read the chapter of my book on carjackings.reeltime wrote:Should people spend $300 dollars each month on a car payment, or invest $200 dollars a month in an index fund?
reeltime wrote:Is charging off an account, applying for bankruptcy, or walking away from your bills a proper way to conduct your personal finance?
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