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Americans are getting unfairly shamed about this money move

By Catey Hill

Experts say that splitting your return like that is not a bad idea: You get a little something for yourself to satiate your desire to splurge, but still mostly address your financial issues. “It’s all about finding the right balance between saving for the future and financial objectives, and also personal enjoyment and satisfaction in the moment,” said Andrew Westlin, a certified financial planner at online financial advisory firm Betterment.

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This article originally published October 22nd, 2018 on Moneyish

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