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by SixFigureStart | September 15, 2009


We’ve all gotten schooled in some way by the recession. Maybe it was a shock to learn that your girlfriend loved your money more than she loved you. Perhaps the interest-only mortgage wasn’t as great a deal as it seemed. Or it might have been a good idea to have some savings in the bank, in case your job evaporated.

It’s been a hard education for some of us. But once we have new homes or new jobs, and our financial situations are back on track, will we remember what we learned [Read more]

--Posted by Sara Clemence,

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