Everyone seems to have little mind tricks for beefing up savings. Some are very creative.
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In a way, having all of these numbers is like playing with a bunch of building blocks.
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J$ takes the quiz and finds out he's "got cash projections that even the Trumps would admire."
People choose not to because the next level of cuts requires a lot more effort or a noticeable lifestyle change.
A new survey says many people could pay the bills for a year or more if they lost their jobs.
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