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Decide What You’re Willing to Pay for Something Before Looking at the Price Tag

Spending mindlessly is a sure-fire way to wreck your budget. One way to ensure you don’t overspend on stuff? Decide how much you’re willing to pay for something before looking at its price tag. Read more...
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