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With the arrival of the new $1 Presidential coins comes the arrival of new collectors itching to get a full set of them, are you joining the speculators? MBH gives some tips for those of you looking to capitalize on the $1 presidential coin craze. Flexo scored two rolls of the coins early, maybe he’ll hit the lottery!

Changing gears from quick money to sloooooow money, FMF writes about the value of an advanced degree. And from the department of terrible ideas, Dave Ramsey recommends skipping the 401k match and that you should pay off debt, something JLP doesn’t particularly agree with. As an aside, I was going to write a Devil’s Advocate post about how the match isn’t worth it… but I couldn’t come up with any reasons not to do it!

Last but probably not least, Nickel writes about applying for a business card.

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  1. Foobarista says:

    A few “devil’s advocate” thoughts on the match:

    o It creates “golden handcuffs” which may prevent you from changing jobs when you should. This is particularly true if company matches vest over several years.

    o It is sometimes done with company stock, over-exposing you financially to your employer.

    But other than that, I can’t think of any either :)


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