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Where Is Your Money?

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Who’s got my money? That’s the main question. There are actually two meanings for this. We already talked about selling and the importance of it. Now we will talk about knowing where your money is going. You’re earning income, but you’re not always keeping it. That means your money is turning into other people’s money. That isn’t always bad, but if you don’t need to exchange money out to someone or something and that other person or thing isn’t providing you with value, then don’t keep doing it. There are 4 major places your money goes right now that should not be so.

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