“I don’t worry about money any more. I’m 23″

August 02nd, 2006 - 5 Comments

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This image could be either positive or negative, but I take it in the good way. What if we spent a few hours setting up our accounts right so money flowed automatically from one account to the other? 10 years from now, would those few hours be worth it?

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  1. I don’t like the image

  2. That’s a pretty cool picture, like the other ones you’ve posted. There’s something about the way it blocks the eyes that makes you imagine it could be any young person you know.

    By the way, Ramit, I was looking for some articles on the site’s main page, and I discovered something interesting. The word “life” appears in some form or another about 56 times. And “death”? Once.

  3. Hey, cool, I didn’t know that.

  4. This is great, I am 23 and this is kind of inspirational…no Starbucks for me this morning..j/k.

    Is this going to be an ongoing section of the blog? Or a one time deal?

    I think a section should be deticated to the “younger saver/investor” we need the help!

  5. Got a Roth when I was 22 and I used extra student loan money to do it! Have you ever read the book 7 highly eff… nah you couldn’t have!