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I’ve also been browsing through the archives digging up articles of note. Some of these are timeless and hold good to this day. Others reflect my thoughts and experiences at that point in time but which have now changed. Thought it’d be good to bring these up as refreshers.
One-year back on Capital Advisor
Be careful who you act as a reference for. The advise in here is timeless. Since then, I’ve heard from D that one of her closest relatives suffered a serious financial setback since he’d guaranteed someone’s liabilities.
Two-years back on Capital Advisor
Personal finance products that must be avoided. Though the absolute number of such toxic financial products has reduced a bit, they’re still around sometimes under different names. You’d best learn to recognize them and to avoid them.
A strategy for using credit cards for emergencies. By the end of this year, my emergency fund will be equal to the credit limit I have on my credit cards. I can then safely use my credit cards in case of emergencies.
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