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We've featured a lot of tips from The Simple Dollar's Trent Hamm--from buying in bulk and earning money online to managing a career hiatus and overcoming decision fatigue. Here, he shares his ten most important pieces of financial advice.
Everyone makes a bad financial decision at some point. Whether your mistake is hanging onto a stinker of a stock for too long or stumbling into a black hole of debt, recovery is possible.
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