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Money is tangible and easily calculated. One can see how much money they have and figure out the net worth in minutes. Time, on the other hand, is intangible and its value not easily measured. Almost as a reflex action, most of us prefer saving money instead of saving time.
In the long run, the cost saved is negligible but the time wasted becomes humongous.
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