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Pay your pops.

February 3, 2014 · 24 comments

A reader asks… My husband and I are doing fairly well financially, but we wanted to see what we could be doing better. My husband is very big into investments and I was always very big into liquid savings (I watch a lot of Suze Orman). After meeting with our financial adviser, he said he […]

John Doe writes in… Ninja! I read your blog everyday, it’s awesome! I recommend it to everyone I talk to… My fiancé and I have been together for 6 years and recently became engaged. We have lived together the last 3 years. We are really interested in buying a house. We are getting married in […]

I love getting mail from PDITF readers. It makes me feel like I’m important, even though I’m really not. Well, it’s time we help another Debt Puncher out and share our two cents on his situation. His email says… I just paid off the first of my 9 (yes…credit+retail) cards. It’s a huge achievement. I’m […]

Well I spent almost my entire weekend on the couch yelling at my TV. I love me some Olympics and I love me some USA. In fact, I’m only getting to writing this blog post now (11:45pm) because I just finished watching the US girls gymnastics team compete. I seriously love the Olympics so much that I […]

Today’s post will be a whole variety of things. There’s lots to talk about, but none of it warrants its own blog post. Have fun bouncing from topic to topic. Up first, Korea.  Peace out Korea, this Ninja’s ready to get back to Seattle. I’m embarking on my 20 hour journey back to the states today […]

Got this email from a PDITF reader a few days back… Do you recommend getting an accountant for pretty much everyone making a decent wage? Currently my wife makes $50,000 a year and I make $70,000. We live in the Washington, DC area. We do no active trading, only W2 pay from our employers, a […]

The opposition

October 25, 2011 · 46 comments

PDITF is a single author blog. Ninety-five percent of the articles are written by me, the other 5% are guest posts. Today, I thought I’d mix it up even more and allow a few unsuspecting people to hijack today’s post. My article about student loans being forgiven has quickly become one of my most popular. […]