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Mint Money Audit: 33 and Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Each month I’ll be helping a Mint user analyze their financials in an effort to offer some strategies and ideas for saving better, squashing debt and in, some cases, earning more. [If you’d like to be considered, just email me Farnoosh@Farnoosh.TV] This week we begin with Rebecca [name has been changed to assure privacy] from […]
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