If you really want to cut down on unnecessary expenses you simply stop spending money for unnecessary items. Always ask yourself, "Do I really need this?" Much of our spending is caused by the need to have immediate gratification. That's why the credit card is so over used. It gratifies us immediately. You can walk away from things that you do not need, will not use, and cannot afford; you will be the better for it.
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by Ralph Deeds5 years ago
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