Last week, I wrote about the Guest Post Strategy to get people to read your stuff.
This week, I’m a guest writer at the New York Times. Here’s a quote from something I wrote:
“Your friends will try to convince you that target-date retirement funds aren’t as high-returning and exciting as their fancy stocks (which they probably picked using a dartboard, three beers and a sponge cake). Ignore them. You’re focused on growth, not impressing your friends…”
As you can see, I toned it down for the paper of record. No curse words this time.
There are lots of questions & answers for recent graduates, including college loans, Roth IRAs, and buying a house.
Check out the Money Q&A at the New York Times.
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