About averagemoneyman: This blog is primarily intended to help continue the conversation around personal finance and investing.
There are far better qualified and well researched websites out there, but I hope, if this is one of the first places you land on these topics, it can help point you in the right direction while picking up a few tips and thoughts along the way.
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