Comments: Personal Economy, Revisited

Good plan Ben. With your young age, prudent investing and the power of compounding it really can't miss.

Posted by Swammi in Solon at July 20, 2004 09:04 AM

Sounds like an excellent plan. Except I'm enough of a tech geek to have caved on the TV thing. Well, it's an LCD, not a plasma, and it was on sale, dammit. :-) But I've been contributing to a 401(k) for several years, and I'd do the IRA thing, except I'm apparently "wealthy" enough to not qualify for any deductions (whoever decided that should take a look at my student loan bill), so I'll likely bump the 401(k) contribution up a bit.

Posted by Geoff Brown at July 20, 2004 09:45 AM

Ben,

A smart man. However, remember you are only young once, so don't spend your life planning for a future that only exists once you get there.

Splurge on yourself too. Like a ticket to Police Academy 8!

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