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Around this time last year, I’d said that one my seven money resolutions for 2011 was:
To grow my Financial Independence Portfolio by at least 3% month-on-month and by at least 50% year-on-year.
I’ll hit 41%.
And I think that’s a pretty pretty good achievement. So, I went out and splurged. I bought a Samsung Galaxy S2 — something that I’d been eying for quite some time now. And no, the funds didn’t come from the Financial Independence Portfolio. That would be a disaster. Instead, the funds came from all the reimbursement bills I’d accumulated over the year but not submitted.
The S2′s a phone worth owning. Notary would agree.
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