Debunking 10 Budget Myths

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Even though budgeting is a wonderful tool for managing your finances, many people think it's not for them. The logic they use, however, is often flawed. Here is a list of 10 budget myths that stop people from saving as much as they could - and should. Do any of these budgeting myths apply to you? (To learn more, see our Budgeting Basics Tutorial.)
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