How I Saved for Law School: $65k in 3 Years

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  1. Wow! It’s certainly not what’s recommended by mainstream personal finance (tapping retirement accounts early), but the risk/reward worked! I was expecting something much more back alley 🙂

    • Lisa says:

      It was a little click-baity but I couldn’t figure out a better title. Maybe – here’s what I did but what you should NOT do!

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