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I can't remember what this expression was...
Here's the situation:

A) Hey, I've got a job, finally!
B) Congratulations! But just make sure to __________, so people can't cheat you.
A) Of course!

So, I guess it was something 'trace the money?' or 'track the bill/money'???
I don't really remember, please help me!

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    It could be anything. "Get a written contract," maybe? – Mick Dec 6 '17 at 11:02
  • As Mick says, it could be almost anything; it's not a fixed expression. "Keep track of the money", maybe? – stangdon Dec 6 '17 at 14:52
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But just make sure to get it in writing, so people can't cheat you.

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