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From the conference rooms of Tycoon's headquarters to the sets of her Sports Illustrated and Victoria's Secret photoshoots, CEO Jessica Perez knows how to manage her money. She sat down with Investopedia to share why David Bach's book "The Automatic Millionaire" was so influential in her personal approach to finance. 

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