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Despite how simple the process can be, most of us are terrible at saving and paying bills.
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You have a 401(k) from an old employer that you haven't looked at in weeks, a high-interest credit card you've been meaning to do something about for months, and cash sitting in your checking account that's doing nothing. You've been meaning to whip your finances into shape for a while now, but haven't had the time. Do it now: take a day off of work or school if you have to, get up early, and put your finances through boot camp.
Another tax day has come and gone. If this year was a bigger headache than you thought it'd be , take some time this weekend to get your finances in order, so you can stop wasting money and never have to wade through bills again.
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