Over at the blog Free Money Finance I have advanced to round 2 Free Money Finance March Madness.
The tournament is formatted just like the NCAA Basketball Tournament. 64 financial bloggers submit a post and readers battle to see which post advances.
The winner of each round is the post that receives the most votes.
So far, I have advanced to the 2nd round. I’m up against blog powerhouse Get Rich Slowly, The North Carolina University of blogs. (Consider Gen Y Wealth, The George Mason of the tournament)
I need your help to win. My post, Net Wealth Mindset needs your votes to advance to the Sweet 16.
If you can please head over to Free Money Finance and vote for my post Net Wealth Mindset, I would greatly appreciate it.
To vote, just comment below with the words mindset and you can really help grow Gen Y Wealth.
Thank you for listening.
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