How to stop living paycheck to paycheck as a wage-earner

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1. Pay yourself first

2. Have an automated budget

3. Pay off any high-interest debt

4. Have an expense tracker

4. Identify necessities vs luxuries

5. Learn and solve more problems

6. Accumulate passive income assets

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Financial journey to a $100K

Financial journey to a $100K

Writes about my personal journey towards reaching my first 100k, lessons learnt & what newbies that are getting started with their finances can learn about.

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