True Costs the real cost of owning something

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Everything costs something. Sometimes you pay for all of it upfront, but most things have costs after you buy it. While we can sometimes avoid those extra costs, we can’t always avoid them. When you add those extra costs to the initial cost of item, you get the true cost. Here are 5 instances where it is easy to get caught by hidden costs.

  1. Cars

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Andrew Leung

Andrew Leung

I will be sharing the plain and honest: truths, pros and cons as well as my experiences of Personal Finance, Side Hustles, and Investing.