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November 05, 2013


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I like your lesson about helping other people and building relationships- it is really true!

You save a lot for not being a "great saver"!

Also loved the advice, you have learned a lot in the past few years.

You have a nice solid income and have the ability to build significant net worth.

You should just get rid of the student debt and the car debt. There is no need to have that debt hanging around.

Over the 5 years, you could put away a huge chunk of money towards your next home and have little to no mortgage left. That would make it even easier on your finances when you decide to start a family.

Just worried about the low amount of cash available as an emergency account as well as the percentage you have invested in the high risk private equity segment.

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