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Here’s some other stuff around the web I’ve been reading:
- 2millionblog writes about his net worth growth over the past 12 years, which is nearing $1,000,000!
- Nord over at the-military-guide.com was invited to the annual USAA conference in San Antonio
- Ryan has some financial tips for new military members at themilitarywallet.com
- Pat at smartpassiveincome.com has a guest post up about how one blogger sold his website for 6 figures
- Mr. Money Mustache has started using Lending Club – I wrote about my experience with Lending Club earlier this month
- JD Roth, the founder of getrichslowly.org, is leaving for other pursuits. He was one of the first PF bloggers I ever read and inspired a lot of my financial habits.
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