Man, it’s been almost a year since we last did this! Crazy…I seriously almost didn’t post this up as I thought it was only a month or two since our last one. Haha… time flies when you’re managing your money ;)
For anyone who missed the last Googlizing we did, I basically copy & paste a handful of questions people googled to get here and then I answer them all (one of the fun parts about blogging is seeing how people interact and get to your site – we all use some sort of tracking devices so watch out! haha….j/k. sorta).
I try to stick w/ the ones that grab my attention or that can do us some good – minus all the porn references, which as you can imagine is a decent percentage with a name like Budgets are SEXYYYY. Don’t mind the traffic, but obviously won’t be converting many of them into life-time readers ;)
Okay, so here we go…
discuss what job would you like to do in the future
You got it – I’d like to create an online empire where I blog and do fun financial projects all day long :) On top of hitting up my top 10 jobs list too somewhere in between (Starbucks, Bank, …)
is 5 dollars a day good?
YES! Saving ANYTHING per day is good, but $5 in particular can eventually grant you Millionaire Status…esp if you can wait 40 or so years ;)
average net worth in america
I actually looked for this myself back in ’08 and came across this awesome net worth tool from CNN Money. 2 years ago the average net worth for my age (28 at the time) was $2,125, and for my salary ($75k) was $244,100. I just ran the numbers again, and now we’re looking at a median average of $8,525 for age, and $301,475 for income. Nowhere close to the net worth # right now, but def. killin’ the age average.
you lost your job
facebook Twitter bill organizer month statements receipts protectors
Social media budget paying money nerd alert
how much money is spent on clothes each year
I personally go through about $600 each year – and that’s AFTER giving up on major shopping ;) (I think my monthly budget for clothes was around $150/mo – so not too shabby now)
scratch the right one lottery
If you find the secret, let me know!
make some extra money from blogging
This is definitely possible, but also takes a loooooot of time. And passion. Peter from Bible Money Matters wrote up an *excellent* post on this if you want a better idea: Advice from successful bloggers
“compare your net worth”
Already did silly – look 5 questions up.
are guns a good investment
Hmmm….not touching that one.
are jewish people really wealthier?
Wow, DEFINITELY not this one either…
how much is lebron james net worth
This one cracks me up every time I see it – which is surprisingly a lot ;) I had to google the answer (hah!) and got bored after scouring around 5 minutes, but the closest I came was to a BBC article from 2008 saying he had earned a cool $270 Million so far. Doesn’t show how much he’s actually “worth,” but it should give you a good idea….he’s a baller. Literally.
no kids equal better retirement
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