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In the 2006 movie Friends with Money, our heroine loses her job and, with it, parity with her successful pals. If that scenario can be the plot for a Hollywood film, imagine how it can play out in your own life.
Whether you’re the friend still swanking away, or the one who’s suddenly unable to pick up the cheque for pricey cocktails or while away an afternoon boutique shopping, take heart. There are ways to keep an unequally paid relationship without going bankrupt or compromising anyone’s dignity.
Here are 50 more money-saving tips.