9 signs you're in debt denial
You may think you've learned your lesson from the Great Recession, but if you're guilty of any of these unwise money choices, you may be fooling yourself.
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do not "overspend"...you will be happy when you see $$$ in your savings acct !
Why don't you start with our President, House and the Senate and teach them how to properly manage their money. Maybe we would not be in this mass in the first place. I like when the rich people always telling the poor people how to manage their money. Yeah poor people are the problem, not the money hungry millionaires that are robbing us of our savings, 401Ks, and our Social Security.
Somebody send this to our government...they need all the help they can get!
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Do not be to quick to judge this product.
Are you kidding me? In this country of immediate gratification, I doubt 10% of the readers even comprehended the "9 mistakes".
I grew up dirt poor. I started earning $ at 7 years old. I was paying taxes by 13. Other than roof and food, I paid my own expenses.
I thank god for growing up that way. I was happy with very simple things. I saved for and valued every purchase I made. patience and hard work.
At the same time I watched my peers being given almost everything. No such thing as working for it.
Those 9 mistakes.....I guess I am guilty of one. My wife spends frivolously. So what? Everything is paid for, I owe nobody other than taxes.
The best advise I can give. Have one credit card for REAL emergencies. Put away 15% of net income starting with your first job......the sooner you start the more conservative the type of investment that will give you a secure retirement.
And don't be afraid to work a second job for extras.
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