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The stealth wealth revolution is back!

As a lifelong New Yorker, I’ve seen distinct changes in the ways residents and even tourists present themselves. Although tourists will always be recognizable.

Living below your means and not showing off is not only a guaranteed way to seem more friendly and approachable, but it makes your personal and professional life easier as…

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21-yr-old personal finance enthusiast making sense of cents. You can boil it down here as well: https://boilednotfried.com

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Mia Gradelski

Mia Gradelski

21-yr-old personal finance enthusiast making sense of cents. You can boil it down here as well: https://boilednotfried.com

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