10 things that make you poorer
Some purchases keep costing you over a lifetime of use; others may have been a bad idea to begin with. Here's what to know to minimize unplanned spending.
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A good article.
As I finished it, I thought, "The old, grouchy guys will be whining about politics again."
Sadly, I was right.
This is just their way of saying, "You're not really poor. You still have more you can sacrifice so we can get richer." Next they'll say you can give up food. In fact, one of the articles earlier pointed to ways you can decrease your spending at the grocery mart. Their #1 suggestion was to go on a vegetarian diet and eat lots of beans and rice.
I'm glad that at least one mainstream financial news medium will admit that money markets are a rip-off. And money markets were correctly identified of being less profitable than lottery tickets. Gotta love the stock market - the worlds greatest shell and cup game.
Having children you can not afford is very costly.
Either for you personally or the taxpayer.
Obama should talk about that for a change- particularly the high rate of illegitimacy.
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Shopping at Costco saves money, even after paying the $55 membership fee, but comes at the price of buying in bulk and limited selection.
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