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It’s also about tension, conflict and controlling your “money blueprint.”
From that day on he vowed to learn more about money management.
People doubt she can do it, but she has a plan.
She went from living alone in an empty apartment to finding success and happiness.
He also helps other military personnel improve their money management skills.
He got a late start on his career and financial goals, but he’s making a comeback.
But in order to reach his goal, he worked and saved big time — and also lived like a pauper.
But even with that experience, she still suffered through her own debt issues.
He and his wife “took action” after receiving a year-end tax document.
He made it happen by working hard and not buying into the “consumer culture.”
He and his wife eat healthier now and save more money.
With employment opportunities scarce for a literature major, she discovered a new calling
She stopped making excuses and started her own financial and personal revival.
It helped him adjust his lifestyle, pay off more debt and save for an emergency fund.
He and his wife decided a retired life on the road meant more to them.
In personal finance and her favorite sport.
Here’s a hint: It takes stealth and quickness.
He prevents young lawyers from trashing their own finances for free
His neighbors don’t like “flashy” and he fits right in.
It wasn’t hard — all she had to do was blow up her lifestyle.
The words were financially inspiring, but you’ll never guess who said them.
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