10 Ways To Budget When You're Broke

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10 Ways To Budget When You're Broke

Suffering from a lack of cash? It's likely that you don't follow a budget that reflects your earnings. Smart budgeting prevents eviction, increased credit card debt, and ruined credit scores. It's never too late to achieve your financial goals – get started now with these 10 steps to make your financial life less stressful.
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