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11 Everyday Habits That Are Making You Poor

The following post was originally featured on GOBankingRates. You know that daily latte is a habit that might not seem expensive until you do the math and find that - whoa - $3 a day adds up to more than $1,000 a year. However, your coffee shop habit probably isn't the only behavior that seems inconsequential, yet equates to big bucks over time. In fact, you might be doing several things on a regular basis that are draining your bank account.
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