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The average person spent $2,605.00 on entertainment last year. Did you? And did it break your budget? It can be tough to keep up financially with friends who make more than you do. Or at least spend like they make more. If entertainment costs are putting you in debt, The Dollar Stretcher editor Gary Foreman has some advice on stretching your entertainment dollars wisely without missing out on all the fun.
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