Narrator (Derick Watts): A new science has been developing, which explains why many of us spend so easily and are unable to survive on our salaries. Simon Dingle works for a company that tracks our spending. Simon: You’ll go from one year to the next, and you’ll get a massive raise, for example, then you’ll […]
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