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Tips for Tightwads™
by Margaret Kelly

When I was growing up, my father always said, "It's about function, not fashion!"

Six Levels of Tightwaddery.

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After 30 years, I think I get it. He was talking about saving money — or rather, not throwing money away on this season's fashion pick that will look ridiculous in six months

Said another way, if your ideal of the "good life" smacks of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, you may be shopping at the wrong attitudinal mall — at least if you want to control your own destiny.

That's what Tips for Tightwads™ is all about. We believe that frugality is a cornerstone on which you build wealth, and that tightwaddery is the key that unlocks your financial freedom.

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