As a savionaire, you should always have your finances in order. However, during this recession, it is easy for your finances to get out of order. Who do you turn to for some good financial tips? Of course, you could get some professional advice from your financial advisor or turn to financial publications such as the Wall Street Journal and Smart Money. However, I have found that I make smart financial decisions based on my peers’ successes and failures with money.
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