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4 Rude Money Habits You Never Realized You Were Guilty Of!

Did you know that certain money habits could be considered rude? You may not even realize that you have been guilty of them!

In this blog post, we will explore 4 rude money habits you may have been unknowingly committing and what you can do to avoid them.

Money Etiquette 101


It's important to be proud of your accomplishments, including financial success. However, constantly discussing how much money you have or make can be insensitive and obnoxious.

Talking too Much About How Much Money You Have or Make

Being a bad tipper or not tipping at all is rude and can harm the livelihoods of those who rely on tips as a significant portion of their income.

Being a Bad Tipper or Not Tipping at All

It's important to remember that everyone has their financial situation and challenges. Not respecting other people's financial situations can come across as insensitive and can create unnecessary tension or conflict.

Not Respecting Other People's Financial Situations

Whether you're curious about how much money someone makes or how they can afford certain luxuries, it's best to avoid asking personal financial questions altogether.

Asking Intrusive Questions About Someone's Income or Financial Status

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