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Would You Rather… Have All The Knowledge in The World From $$$ Books – OR – $100,000 In Cash?

Happy 401(k) Day, everyone! Yup, it’s a real day, and one of real importance too! Given that the bulk of American’s money is totally invested in their 401(k)s and respective counterparts. Trillions and trillions of it! (Don’t quote me on that one as I’m too lazy to research it right now, but I do know it’s a lot! ;)) So before we get to today’s […]
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