I’ve debated with others if a person who is working on mastering their money should be focused on cutting costs and decreasing expenses or increasing income. This is a question or debate have seen play out online as well. In this episode, we are going to talk about which one is the best way to increase financial fitness: cutting costs or increasing income.
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