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How to Hang Out with Friends (While Paying Down Debt)

One of the most difficult areas when it comes to money is dealing with friends and family. Because of our social nature, we tend to be affected by their habits, good and bad. Working on building your finances, but don’t want to seem like a cheapskate? Let me offer some tips to deal with these sticky … Continue reading "How to Hang Out with Friends (While Paying Down Debt)" The post How to Hang Out with Friends (While Paying Down Debt) appeared first on Couple Money.
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