Frugal decisions to consider before being labeled “cheap”.

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1. Focus on long-term consequences rather than short-term benefits.

2. Consider how your spending behavior affects the people around you.

3. Maximize spending and obtain the most value instead of sacrificing quality and time.

4. Emphasizing priority instead of cost.

5. Spend wisely instead of looking for ways to pay less.

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Financial journey to a $100K

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