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Automated Finances? Get Back In Touch With Your Money

My finances are largely automated. Most of my regular bills are paid automatically with a credit card, or through direct withdrawal from my checking account. This setup is convenient, and it means I don’t have to spend a lot of time trying to remember when to pay my bills. Even my retirement account and emergency fund […]
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