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Check Your Subscriptions So You Don't Get Stung

Image. jarmoluk/Pixabay Thanks to the helter-skelter pace of modern living it can be all too easy to sign up for a free trial or a month's worth of a particular service, and then before you know it, you're getting billed for a ton of apps you're not using and don't really need. Checking up on your subscriptions could save you a serious chunk of change -- here's how to do it.
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