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TODAY financial editor Jean Chatzky joins Megyn Kelly with tips to help you get your spending under control in 2018, like using apps to monitor it. She recommends Clarity Money, which looks for unusual levels of spending, and Digit, which automatically sets aside money for you. Another idea: See if you can safely use regular gasoline instead of premium.