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Stupid Tip of the Day: Check Your Receipts Against Your Monthly Credit Card Statement

Whenever you use your credit card, do you save your receipts? If so, do you check your receipts against your monthly credit card statement? If you answered no to either question, perhaps you should start engaging yourself in the practice enough for it to become a good financial habit. Consider the experiences imparted by... The post Stupid Tip of the Day: Check Your Receipts Against Your Monthly Credit Card Statement appeared first on The Gate.
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