9 Ways To Trim The Fat From Your Spending

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Excess spending is sometimes the result of a temporary impulse to fill some time, especially with the ease of online shopping. You don't want to spend hundreds of dollars because you're bored. Signs you are eating up your cash: 1 - You think you're on budget. However, at the end of the month, you use your credit card. 2 - You get a raise or promotion, and your expenses automatically rise. 3 - Your car is the fanciest on your block, but you can't afford to fix your home's air conditioner. Once you've admitted you have a problem, use these helpful tips to trim your bottom line.

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