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A Personal Finance Cheat Sheet for the Overwhelmed

Money is the most powerful metaphor we have. For many people it represents their self-worth, their standing, their power and their security. In many ways artists are a little different—we have a life where we choose to value different things than the rest of society - freedom, both artistic and from societal norms, as well as intellectual independence. Our very existence can be seen as a challenge to capitalism.
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