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Money Avoidance: A Guide to Financial Failure

"We're both really busy." "My wife really doesn't get involved with our finances." "I started to track my expenses, but then I got out of the habit." "I was using an online program, but stopped because it just kept sending me messages that I was overspending." The excuses go on and on, and they [...]
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