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Reframe Spending Money as "Making Choices" to Save More of It

Every time you spend money, you're making a decision. Maybe you made the decision in the past, or maybe you remake it every day, but every dollar spent is a choice. If you want to save money, pay attention to those choices, rather than just the price. Read more...
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