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  • Living large doesn’t mean living better. It usually means working longer to pay off a mortgage. Scott shows you how to live well while spending less so you can achieve your goals faster.
  • Benjamin has a car leasing question specific to having a large family and needing a big vehicle.
  • How advertiser’s are getting you to spend more with clever descriptions.
  • Amber has more bills than income and can’t figure out how to get ahead when costs are going up.
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  • Tristan is 25-years-old and has questions on where to put his first investing dollars if he only has access to a bad 401(k) plan.
  • Hear the story of how Scott rescued a baby deer.
  • Danah (Chicago, IL) is a personal finance scholarship applicant and shares some great tips on money she’s learned as a young adult.
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