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132 Past Due – Money & Twenty-Somethings

by Derek Sisterhen on November 19, 2010


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Past Due: Radio 132 – Money & Twenty-Somethings

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Aideen in Chicago wrote in a fantastic question about her retirement plan through work and whether she should continue contributing to it while paying off her student loans. She’s a twenty-something single woman and I used her question as a starting point in the discussion for how all twenty-somethings need to behave with money.

Our typical client is 40 years old and is beginning to deal with the consequences of financial mistakes made during those formative years just after college and before turning 30. What we talked about today will save any twenty-something major financial headaches and inspire tremendous wealth-building potential.

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