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Finance101
DIY blog about increasing net worth using the simple philosophy of earning, saving, and investing.
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Finance101 Jun 6
At my former company shares were trading at 90.00 and at the time I stuck to the rule of not investing in my place of employment. Shares are now 380ish. I think I’ll risk the 5-8% now at my new company. Same industry.
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Finance101 Jun 6
I usually say no but really depends on the company and definitely not more than 5-8% of your portfolio. I decided to at my most recent company but this is the first time.
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ranga Jun 5
I am positive 15 will soon become 150. Good luck.
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Finance101 Jun 5
Replying to @RickLJohnson1
I’ll take 20 a month and be happy!
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Finance101 Jun 5
Well, Wordpress charged me for the year today so I better get back to for my 15 followers
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Rethink The Rat Race Jun 3
The problem with FIRE is that every day, I go into work thinking it could be my last day. If I get asked to attend a meeting, if I get asked to work, if I get asked to do anything other than breathe I’m tempted to quit.
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Finance101 Jun 1
No spend months are tough. I decided just to reduce spending by 75%. Much more rewarding!
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Finance101 May 29
Replying to @AndyHillMKM
The Intelligent Investor
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Finance101 May 23
That’s a lot of airline miles in one year! For someone that watches their spending this gave me some chills!
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Finance101 May 14
Does anyone have any experience with
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Stop(ped) Ironing Shirts Apr 30
Tuesday musings: Do people who pursue the RE part of FIRE have less tolerance for workplace politics and/or stupid people? Corporate work forces interactions with both
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Finance101 May 1
Replying to @ChainsClipping
I got that card because I was flying them so much for work. Boarding group 2 all the time and the annual clubs passes were worth the 95 dollar fee.
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Finance101 Apr 28
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Finance101 Apr 19
I have increased my salary by 92% since 2012 for an average of 13% per year. Next blog post will discuss how my unplanned yet planned strategy paid off!
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Fresh Brew Finance Apr 5
Can someone explain why people have resumes 3+ pages long? It’s baffling. I don’t need 8 bullet points on what you did as an intern in 2003. Instant no interview. Summary communication is so important.
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Finance101 Apr 4
Be smart about how you spend your money. Always look for a deal!
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Finance101 Apr 2
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Finance101 Apr 2
How I Got An iPad For $120.00
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