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What Should You Do About the Economy?

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I will talk about the economy, but not in the way you may have thought. You see, the economy is not some ambiguous boogie man that we are all at the mercy of. Economy at its root actually refers to the running of a household. If “the economy is bad” ultimately it means that your personal household has a money problem. It has nothing to do with who the president is, what the stock market did, or exterior conditions. I am going to break down the different personal economies that exist and what to do about it.

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