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Really Want to Save Money? Pay Yourself First

You've probably heard this phrase before: “Pay yourself first.” Many people say they’ll save whatever money is left over at the end of the month. Essentially, they agree to pay themselves what's left. As you probably know, the problem with the idea of setting aside whatever is available at the end of the month is […] Really Want to Save Money? Pay Yourself First appeared first on MapleMoney.
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