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Money myths you should forget you ever heard

Cheapism Logo By Mia Taylor of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 37: Between personal finance blogs, money pundits on television, and input from family, friends, and even your neighbors, there's no shortage of advice being dished out about money — how to make it, how to manage it and how to grow it. All of which can sometimes make it hard to separate fact from fiction. To help sort through it all, Cheapism has reached out to personal finance experts across the country and asked them to share what they feel are some of the top money-related myths, covering everything from credit cards and personal debt to real estate investing, car loans, and retirement funds. Here's what they had to say.

DON'T BANK ON IT

Between personal finance blogs, money pundits on television, and input from family, friends, and even your neighbors, there's no shortage of advice being dished out about money — how to make it, how to manage it and how to grow it. All of which can sometimes make it hard to separate fact from fiction. To help sort through it all, Cheapism has reached out to personal finance experts across the country and asked them to share what they feel are some of the top money-related myths, covering everything from credit cards and personal debt to real estate investing, car loans, and retirement funds. Here's what they had to say.
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