A little girl wants to buy a cake.

But the cake is not selling in pieces.

The cake priced at $6, but she only has $2. To purchase the cake, she has to find the other $4.

She starts looking for her friend that has the same interest in buying the cake.

She found two of her friends who are willing to spend $2 together with her to buy the cake.

Three of them got a total of $6 to buy a cake.

After they bought the cake, they cut it into three pieces, and each piece worth $2.

Sharing the cost with the people who had the same interest as you, can bring more benefits for your financial, avoid spending on unnecessary extra portions.

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