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Before you break out the checkbook, ask yourself a few probing questions. Your future self will thank you, whether you decide to buy or not.
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Let's face it: Staying on budget is hard. But if you make it fun, you'll get some short-term kicks while you're saving for long-term goals.
The longer you stay in the debt, the more it's going to cost you.
The mistakes you make with money hurt more than your finances — they limit your freedom. Are you making any of these mistakes?
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