What's Eating Away Your Money?

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Avoid The Money Eaters

Recessionary times create cautious consumers. According to the credit reporting agency TransUnion, more of us are doing a better job at managing our credit these days, but how are you doing at counting pennies - not just paying off your credit cards? These money-eaters may be slowly picking away at your bank accounts without you even noticing.
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