There are two different ways to turn a disadvantage. A disadvantage can either be link-turned or impact-turned. You CANNOT do both. If you do both, you are double-turning yourself.
Straight link turning
If you want to link turn a disadvantage, you need to win three arguments: a link take out, a link turn, and a link non-uniqueness argument. In the spending example, you need to win that you don’t spend money, that you save money, and that spending will increase without the plan. Your basic story is then that you stop over . . .
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