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January 16, 2009


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My two kids each received $200 from their grandfather. We made them save $100 each. They were not too happy about that.

I got myself in the habit of taking half of my raises and adding that to the percentage I'm contributing to my 401K. I still feel like I got a raise, as my paycheck increased, but I don't miss the extra money I'm saving.

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