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The truth can hurt, but the sooner you embrace it and act on it, the better off your money situation will be.
These things may seem odd at first, but they can really help you build up your savings.
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Those records can have such a big impact on your life, it makes sense to find out what's in them.
Here are a few tips about small things you can do to build an emergency fund.