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How We Use Money

How We Use Money

There is a natural tendency to spend the money we earn, instead of saving or investing. If we watch how rich people utilize wealth, we can learn a lot from them and change our financial mindset.

One has to invest money no matter how less the income is, choosing something that is secure and gives decent returns, like an index fund.

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