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Evan Thornley, Australian multimillionaire and co-founder of online advertising company LookSmart, has since apologized
By Ben Steverman
The more we spend unnecessarily, the less money we save for our true priorities and future needs. That's especially important in challenging economic times.
BusinessWeek asked financial advisors for tips on how to reduce expenses and boost savings. Changing spending habits can be difficult, but here are 25 suggestions to get started.
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