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About: My name is Jeff and I love almost anything revolving around personal finances. Saving money, making side money, investing in the market and elsewhere. My goal here is to help others that might not think the same way as me understand different ways they could be better utilizing their money and hopefully getting to a better financial future.
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Money Mistakes: Timeshare OwnershipSeptember 23, 2021
Time Really Does Fly and Perspective is KeySeptember 21, 2021
Broken Windows Theory and Your FinancesSeptember 16, 2021
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