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November 21, 2006


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I have most of those books in my shopping basket but have to call amazon to process my gift certificate. "the automatic millionare" is a great book, easy and simple to read/understand. i read it at the bookstore and didn't realize how simple it is to manage money.

do you have any tips on how to setup automatic savings for roth iras? i already contribute 15% of my pretax money from each paycheck to the 401k. i use BofA as my primary banking. But they charges fees for bank to bank transfers which is why it's kinda frustrating.


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