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To move forward financially, first face your past
WASHINGTON - At the beginning of the year, we often talk about the new things we want to see happen in our lives. When it comes to your finances, you might promise to save more or spend less. You may now have a plan to reduce your debt. But what causes so many people to fail at their financial goals? They can't change and move forward bec...
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Are you prepared for the coming retirement storm?
Stop complaining about the demise of pensions, and start preparing. As with a category 5 hurricane, Americans are in for catastrophic problems if we fail to address the looming retirement crisis. Retirement planning cannot be shoved down on your to-do list. If you're in your 20s, start thinking about it now, because you've got plenty of time ...
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What will creating financial freedom take? Lots of research, so start here.
In 1966, Margaret McNamara took a bag of used books to four boys she was tutoring in reading in Washington. She allowed each child to keep one, and they were delighted. Her giving soon developed into a program that would bring books to millions of children nationwide: Reading Is Fundamental. Since I started writing a column, I've tried to do s...
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Don't let rental car snafus wreck your vacation.
Like many rental car customers, my husband and I declined the expensive insurance offered at the counter. We knew we were covered through our auto insurance provider. Additionally, the credit card we use covers rental cars. In my mind, if we got into an accident, I would just use the coverage offered by the credit card company. But during our ...
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