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Financial freedom comes from owing money to just family members but not owing anything to friends. True False
Financial freedom comes from owing money to just family members but not owing anything to friends. FALSE
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Financial freedom comes from owing money to just family members but not owing anything to friends. FALSE

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What can you do to be a financially responsible consumer? Only have a little bit of debt. Only borrow money from family, not friends. Save some of the money you earn each time you get paid. Compare prices only when you know sales are happening.
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What you can do to be a financially responsible consumer is: Save some of the money you earn each time you get paid.

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N - 10 = 22 represents "a number less ten is twenty-two".
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