If you are reading this, I can safely assume that you are concerned about saving money and maximizing your financial resources. Unless you have unlimited wealth (which I can also safely assume is not the case), then you must be financially wise to take full advantage of the money you have.
The following list in reverse order details 7 deadly sins of personal finance illustrated with personal examples. These transgressions delay or possibly prevent some from ever reaping the benefits of good financial management. Avoiding these sins won’t make you a millionaire overnight, but they can improve your financial situation in surprising fashion.
Number 7. Failure to track expenses