Are you one of those people who is constantly asking themselves, “Why am I always broke?”
Or, do you have a good job with a nice paycheck, but your bank account is always overdrawn? Well, in this video, I will share with you eight reasons why most people will always be poor regardless of how much they make. So, make sure you watch this video to the end to find out what you can do to change the situation.
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01:50 You Do Not Save
03:05 You do not set financial goals
04:37 You always spend more than you earn
05:54 You spend too much on housing
07:19 You do not budget
08:53 You are waiting for someone to save you
10:00 You don’t have an emergency fund
11:00 You rely on one stream of income
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