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The Cash Splasher

Cash splashers view themselves as generous, but they also use the money to make others think more highly of them. 

They are likely to wave their checkbooks about at charity auctions and spend money on things they could easily do without, from expensive cars to club memberships.

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"Many people are in the dark when it comes to money, and I'm going to turn on the lights. " ~ Suze Orman

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