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Ok, so here’s the deal. I’ve got an old car. No, like a REALLY old car. As in, a 2000 Ford Taurus station wagon, old. Am I ashamed of my beater? Nope. It’s paid for and that’s the feature that I love the most about it.
When did Americans’ relationship with money break? Why did saving become the enemy? When the topic of saving money comes up, it seems to have a negative connotation. You’ve probably noticed that it goes something like this: “I’d love to save, but I just can’t afford to.”
A couple of years ago I read an article by Dr. Profeta at LinkedIn called ” These four words that may offend you…may also just save you. ” He was invited to talk about burnout in medicine and did not get a warm reception. “It’s just a job.”
Credit card points and cash back offers are everywhere. EVERYWHERE. We regularly get messages asking us for advice about which credit card has the best rewards. We both use credit cards to make all of our routine purchases, in part, for these very benefits. What is the other reason we use a credit card?