2million's Two Year Anniversary
- In September 2006 I refelected how critical living like a college student was to my net worth growth over the past couple of years.
- In October 2006 I exposed the real return I am receiving on my rental investment.
- In November 2006 I detailed the repair job on my car to restore it to working order and save significant money.
- In December 2006 I exposed my current and future streams of income to continue expanding my focus on developing this area of my finances.
- In January 2007 I showed how you could actually save money by buying an HDTV.
- In February 2007 I decided to take a year long assignment in China.
- In March 2007 I finally got my fiancée to cancel her security system to save money.
- In April 2007 I highlighted the funeral expenses of a family member.
- In May 2007 I found out what a great deal my employer universal life plan was for me.
- In June 2007 I was thinking that the Forever stamp could become the currency of choice in the US.
- In July 2007 my fiancée and I had some helpful financial martial counseling to help us get off on the right foot.
- In August 2007 I became a Vanguard Flagship Client even without alot of Vanguard assets.
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