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    Awareness is key to being in charge of your finances; you can't curb spending habits if you don't know what you're spending your money on to begin with. You may recall from a previous post that tracking your expenses is the first real step to creating a realistic budget . We discussed the principle of...
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    You might be able to relate to this post. Actually, I'm almost positive that you will. With my recent transition from college, I'm living on my own, working in my first "real" job, and enjoying my sense of freedom. On top of all this, I have a desire to save money. So, how do you make it happen? Well...
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    The summer before my junior year in college, I experienced my first internship. As the program described, I was in a position to succeed immediately. I learned how to: Run a multi-million dollar business Maximize profits Motivate a team of professionals while having fun along the way Take one guess what...
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    We've all heard it before: "You're not going to get dessert until you finish all of your vegetables." Your parents may have said this phrase when you were a child, your little nephew may have recently been scolded by your aunt and uncle, or you may have overheard a couple telling their...
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