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Old 02-04-2013, 03:56 PM   #21
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This is being offered for free for Kindle again today Saving for Retirement (Without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery) Updated and Revised: Gail MarksJarvis: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

and here it is for Nook BARNES & NOBLE | Saving for Retirement (Without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:37 PM   #22
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Thank you Miss Molly! I have downloaded this. It happens that I have a coin jar identical to the one on the cover, and it's just as full. I am currently rolling pennies into wrappers as they are no longer being made here in Canada, and I found that I have $40 in toonies alone. So I will be banking my loot in the near future!
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Thank you Miss Molly! I have downloaded this. It happens that I have a coin jar identical to the one on the cover, and it's just as full. I am currently rolling pennies into wrappers as they are no longer being made here in Canada, and I found that I have $40 in toonies alone. So I will be banking my loot in the near future!
Thanks for the tip. I am downloading the book and am sharing info with friends.

And like you and the book's cover, we started a jar of coins, but it was quarters. We got $194. DH was stoked.
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I don't have a Kindle or a Nook or any kind of tablet,just a 13" MacBook Pro.

However, when Mike Piper (The Oblivious Investor) came out with one of his books and free download, his email/blog let me know that I could get the Kindle for Mac for my laptop, so I did.

Now that was cool.

Thanks for the info, to all!
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Thanks. I don't know if it is any good but the price is right!
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Thx.

I have been keeping a small bottle w/ quarters. It started as coins for laundry when camping in our trailer. When I break a bill, the quarters go in the bottles. Each holds about $30 (heavy - suppose it would also double as a weapon. Yikes!) So far, have probably 3 1/2 bottles. Mad money, I suppose.
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