Conventional wisdom holds that it is actually easy to earn a living; how to make the most out of what we earn- there lies the challenge. And at this time of an impending economic crunch, low-, middle-, and even high-income individuals and families should value each penny that goes to our pockets. Sadly, not everyone is willing and/or able to maximize his or her income.
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