While it might seem like frugality is all about pinching pennies and self denial, that's just one of many money-saving myths that doesn't hold up to scrutiny. Let's say, for instance, that you skip a doctor's appointment to avoid the copay, only to discover months later that you need an expensive surgery because your condition has worsened. Sometimes it pays to pay. Redditors debunked similar money myths on r/Frugal, the most popular of which we've compiled below.
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