5 Surprising Things That Could Leave You Poor

Good money management is all about creating a budget and sticking to it, right? Well, you might be surprised to see what else is involved.


By Maryalene LaPonsie

If you want to live the good life, financially-speaking, you might expect to need a job that pays well and a plan for how to responsibly spend the money you earn. However, there could be more to it than that.

Your health habits, friends and even how many times you check your credit score could all have an impact on your financial security. Here’s a closer look at five things that have a surprising effect on your money situation.

Smoking and your other bad habits. When you think about it, it’s not too surprising that spending money on a habit means less cash is available to save or invest.

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