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Wealth & Success - Financial Mismanagement

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a fool and his money are soon parted
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used to imply that foolish, unwise, or careless people tend to lose their money quickly and easily, often due to poor financial decisions or scams
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he that goes a borrowing, goes a sorrowing
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used to warn that borrowing money may lead to negative consequences, such as financial difficulties and regret, and so people should be cautious and responsible in their financial dealings
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interest on debt grows without rain
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used to suggest that the longer a debt is left unpaid, the more it will grow and become more difficult to manage
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great spenders are bad lenders
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used to discourage people from lending money to those who are not good at managing their own money, as they are likely to be bad at managing other people's money as well
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debt is the worst (kind of) poverty
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used to imply that being in debt can create financial instability, making it hard to achieve goals and escape poverty
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a fat kitchen makes a lean will
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used to emphasize the importance of balance and self-discipline, suggesting that having an abundance of resources can lead to excess and lack of control
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beware of little expenses (, a small leak will sink a great ship)
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used to advise that small or seemingly insignificant expenses can add up over time and have a significant impact on one's finances
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a man without money is a bow without an arrow
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used to imply that money is an essential tool or resource that is necessary for achieving goals and desires, and without it, a person is unable to take action or make progress towards their objectives
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out of debt, out of danger
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used to imply that being out of debt is a key factor in staying safe and secure financially
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