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I really have no idea what the average age is of a Punch Debt reader, but I’m gonna take a shot in the dark and assume the majority are 30 or under. It may be my terrible grammar, but I’m pretty sure my writing style appeals to the twenty somethings and not so much the […]

Howdy doody debt punchers. Today I pose a question. At what age do you anticipate reaching your peak income? I have read quite a few personal finance books that discuss income trends of individuals over their lifetime. The graphs usually show a persons income peaking by their late 30’s. I got to thinking “When do […]

IWTYTBR Giveaway

July 27, 2009 · 12 comments

What’s up you filthy sick nasty bloggers? I am out of town all week and won’t be able to respond to emails or comments until I return. I have two great guest posts lined up for Tuesday and Wednesday this week so be sure to check back for those. I’ll also be roundin’ up the […]

Just about every personal finance blogger has wrote about the importance of an emergency fund. I lost my E-fund blogging virginity back in April, but I can’t help but revisit the issue…this time, with a twist I’ll start with the Ninja definition of what exactly an E-fund is…Emergency Fund: A dedicated saving plan to cover […]

I have to follow up yesterday’s post with more musings on another A&E show. I discovered Obsessed last night. I had never heard of the show, but I’m in love. It focuses on a few individuals that struggle with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). It’s not just the “I don’t like germs” OCD, but like crazy intense […]

I love Intervention

June 29, 2009 · 6 comments

Have you seen the show Intervention? I’m sitting here right now watching it, and it’s about a sex addict and a morbidly obese person. The show focuses on someone with an addiction and shows how it is ruining their life. By the end of the episode the main characters loved ones hold an intervention and […]

I think I have discovered the exact scientific reason the longevity of the rainforest is being threatened. If my calculations are correct (which they are always are) then Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and every other big bank to roam the earth is directly responsible. Don’t act like your confused. Go check your mailbox […]