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Direct Deposit Into Your Savings To Trick Yourself Into Spending Less

You’ve probably heard the phrase pay yourself first. It’s a common method to ensure you meet your savings goals: when you get paid, save part of your paycheck before doing anything else with it. You can take this a step further by direct depositing your paycheck into your savings account. Read more...
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