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Subject: My financial future? Date: 1/4/2002 2:55 PM
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I like to think that I know a little bit about money - just a little bit, enough to know that being in debt is not something I want, and am currently free of. This is my current standing financially:

22 years old
Recent graduate
Making 25k+ / yr
~500 invested (grown to 650 in a year) in a Roth IRA and 500 in other stocksNo credit cards, no debt, etc.

I certainly feel like I am on the right track in my infancy of becoming financially secure, but maybe some of you have some good ideas for me! Any and all advice (or criticism) concerning what I should start or stop doing in the near and far future would be much appreciated...
-Ev
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