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Warning: Your Smartphone Could Lead To Dumb Money Mistakes

(Photo by Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images) Smartphones make most things in life easier: we shop, contact friends, read the news and check stock prices, all with the swipe of a finger. They’re literally at hand, a constant companion traveling with us by car or train to school, work and home. But when [...]
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