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Oops did you overspend on shoes AGAIN? Okay, we know it's been a whole week since you went shopping, but did you REALLY need that purse? Luxury-loving Leos adore spending, and can collect a hefty amount of debt along the way. You're kings and queens of the jungle, and as a result, you may spend like you're on a royal budget.
Stop before you shop, though. There's no curbing your appetite, so make friends with your local outlet mall and Costco. Hire a money-savvy financial planner to help you stick to a budget. Treat yourself, but make some long-term investments, too. Living for today is fine as long as you're prepared for tomorrow.
The good news is, you're capable of earning a lion's share of cash too. Like Leo Jennifer Lopez—who has profited from movie deals, record sales, a fashion line, among other ventures—you may rake in the cash from a multi-tiered business plan. Dream big is the Leo mantra. Though you may stumble along the way (and possibly file for bankruptcy once or twice), your undefeatable optimism will have you back on the playing field again. It's your destiny to strike gold, but you'll probably need the help of a more realistic sign like a Capricorn or Taurus to help you make your millions.
When it comes to money management, try to keep things fun, no matter what. Since Leos rule play, make a game for yourself that helps you learn budgeting — and be sure to include plenty of rewards. "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" author Robert Kiyosaki created "The Cash Flow Game" to teach people about money. Gather a group of friends together and give it a whirl. This is the edu-tainment your sign needs.