Personal Finance

One of the biggest financial mistakes you can ever make is taking bad financial advice — or more accurately, applying financial advice the wrong way, at the wrong time, and for the wrong reason.
Following so-called “good” financial advice can actually get you into a world of economic trouble if you’re not careful. So, think about whether any of the following scenarios sound familiar when it comes to advice you might have taken — and later lived to regret.

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