112: Where Should Your Money Go? Part 1

Where Should Your Money Go?

Part 1

August 17, 2018

 

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WHERE SHOULD YOUR MONEY GO?
Whenever you have a large group of people with a dream and a desperation to fulfill it, you're also going to see people quick to take advantage of that. Helpful writers (many of whom began their careers a while ago) say helpful things like, "The only place you should sign on a check is on the back" and "money flows toward the writer." And those truisms can be useful as long as you use them to make you pause and consider, rather than letting them slam the brakes on your choices. Let's consider, what kinds of things might a writer spend money on? Let's talk about it.

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