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December 27, 2005


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Whats the best and cheapest way to find a finacial planner to help someone that needs to learn how to manage money and get out of dept???

I love your site! How can I link to it? My goal is to make enough money to retire early. I have just started blogging. any advise is apreciated.

Snakeflake --

As far as linking goes, simply link to As far as advice, see this link:

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I really like your website. I just signed up 2 weeks ago.
I relly loved your recent Warren Buffet post.
Actually that post got me thinking and brought me to the following question:
Which book do you recommend for budilding up a basic fiancial compentence?
The situation is this: We are a family with no good formal training in fincials. We are immigrants.
I would like to buy each of my brotehrs and sisters a good bokk on this. They are all between 17 and 30 years old.

Thanks for your recommendation in advance.


San --

Check out my choices at the bottom of this post:

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