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June 09, 2005


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investing for beginners was very informative. It gives me an insight how to start a small fortune and let the money grow tremendously. stocks are good option if you pick a good one. mutual funds are the best because the fund manager works for you to make money with their best as possible. small fee for the fund manager is worth at least they are the one maintaining the account.i learned that the 401k and IRA is one way to cut taxes. money going to 401k are pre tax money but be careful when taking out because of penalty taxes. also most employer match a portion of your contribution. either way you save money, uncle sam give some in your pot and your employer pitch in too. I would like to learn more about the index fund. in this case i would like to think about ATM. Attitude, Time and Money.

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