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Jerry

These are very practical and useful tips. Changing your actions leads to more permanent results. It also will help your mind focus on what is most important. There's no insurance that you'll be a multi-millionaire, but at least you can learn to live within your means.

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Griff

Exactly! Keeping your system as simple as possible is something that people tend to forget. Simplifying your financial system saves money. Period.

Oscar At Real Life Money Management

I do agree wholeheartedly that your actions are more important than the results. You control your actions by the lifestyle you choose and most people struggling financially are simply living a lifestyle that cannot be supported by their income. Get the two in balance and you can get control of your finances.

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