Forgetting to read the fine print: Ouch.

Or maybe the print, period. I’m generally a pretty astute — some might say obsessive — bookkeeper of my personal finances. I manage mine, and my hubby-to-be’s, cashflow carefully. I don’t use automated bill pay, because, well, I like to know exactly when bills get paid. Over the past few years, I’ve diligently cleaned up the poor financial decisions I made in my early 20s, enthralled with New York and the plastic in my wallet.

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