5 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid

I came across a study the other day that asked people where they burned most of their hard-earned money.

The answer of over 64 million Americans? “Having fun.” I don’t think there’s much wrong with having fun. But when we spend too much on having fun, we often end up regretting it when we suffer financially.

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