The earlier you start saving, the better off you’ll be — no matter how little you set aside at first.
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The eternal struggle in my house when I was a kid was about when it was worth paying a bit more for something. My Dad hated buying anything that wasn’t the cheapest priced item available, while my Mum liked to pay more for a bit of quality on some things.
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