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Change Your Dining Out Habits
“Impulsively eating out can cost you a lot. Cut down on these expenses by adopting a couple of basic policies: Dine out only
if you make a reservation in advance, and when you’re planning your weekly budget, work in the probable total cost of that
meal, including parking fees and a babysitter, if you need one.”
Patricia Seaman is a senior director at the National Endowment for Financial Education, a Denver-based nonprofit.
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