E43: 4 small habits that have big financial impacts
It’s the last day of the first month of the New Year and statistically, the majority of people have already given up on some of your resolutions. Maybe they were too big, too ambitious, or just flat out too hard…but that doesn’t mean you can’t still make progress on your financial goals. In this episode, we are talking about 4 small habits that have big impacts on personal finances.
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