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8 Traits of People Who Live Debt-Free

Why are some families debt-free and others chronically debt-ridden, even when they have nearly the same amount of income and expenses? Are there universal qualities that keep some of us on the financial straight and narrow, while others crash and burn? After years of introspection and observation,...
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