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Color Me Frugal- Yakezie Member Post

by in Featured on Dec 29th, 2014
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The summer after my freshman year of college, I was one of the most hated people in several towns in Illinois.  Complete strangers would see me and start yelling at me. People I didn’t know from Adam treated me like pond scum. My roommates and I got kicked out of our rental home in Collinsville, […]

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Should You Consider A Career In Investment Banking?

by in Personal Finance on Dec 28th, 2014
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New year, new career? If words such as takeover, IPOs, financial modeling, research, and bridge loans are some of your favorite conversation topics, you might want to consider investment banking as a career option. The same goes if MSNBC and Bloomberg TV are your go-to channels, and you have an addiction watching the red and […]

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Yakezie Member Post – Financegirl

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in Featured on Dec 22nd, 2014
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It was the end of October in 2011, right before Halloween, and I just found out that I had passed the bar exam. I was officially going to be a licensed attorney (the only thing left to do was get sworn in by the Supreme Court of Ohio a few weeks later). It felt amazing. […]

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The 2015 Savings Challenge

by in Personal Finance on Dec 16th, 2014
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Last week, Graham from Moneystepper launched the Moneystepper 2015 Savings Challenge where anyone, from anywhere in the world, in whatever financial situation they may be in, is invited to come together and work as a community to accelerate their journey on the path to financial freedom. To keep things succinct, the key points of the […]

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My 4-Month Experiment Not Using A Comment System – Was It Effective?

by in Lifestyle on Dec 4th, 2014
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On June 2nd of this year, my inbox pulled in an email with a link to an article with this headline: “Your Comment System Is Killing Your Discussions and Community Building Efforts.” I was immediately intrigued for two reasons. One, it was written by Sam for the Yakezie network which I had most recently joined. […]

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