Reality check: We as a society need to learn how to better manage our money. That's why it shouldn't come as a surprise that a whole new slew of reality shows are aiming to address our collective interest in all things financial, from saving money and spending wisely, to turning our clutter into cash, to dealing with debt.
No matter your motivation, as you flip through these money-focused reality shows, here's how to look beyond their face value to pick up some priceless money and credit strategies.
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