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June 17, 2005



I don't know if it's a generational thing, but most of the people I know aren't talking about (or feeling guilty about not) saving money. The issue is paying off their ongoing credit card debt, having already spent money they didn't have.

Occasionally I've even heard people discussing what they're going to do with a windfall of a thousand dollars, and they'll use some to pay off a bit of credit card debt, some to buy something, and then "save" the remainder...rather than using it all to kill the debt they're paying 18+% on. I'm no economist, and don't always make the best money decisions...but it seems like there's a huge learning issue around spending.

Chad c

That is a great post about dreaming big and i like how you tied it in to goal setting and taking action.

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