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4 Questions to Help You Save Money

Save or splurge? Ask yourself these important questions first before making any purchases

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Photography: Paolo Feliciano (Main Photo)

We love to buy something new for the home from time-to-time—especially if it's payday! However, before you visit your favorite furniture store to purchase a new dining chair or a side table, you need to ask yourself first if you can maximize the piece. Are you replacing an old, broken item? Can your space accommodate it?

Of course, even if you've just received a huge paycheck, you need to prioritize and allocate your hard-earned money wisely. Let these four crucial questions help you make smart purchases and avoid impulse buying:

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