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Monday’s need-to-know money news

Sep 09, 2013 | | Comments Comments Off

Dollar mazeBecoming financially savvy at a young age, how to make your money last through your retirement, and how being a football fan penalizes your wallet.

Personal Finance Tips for Young Adults
The earlier you become financially savvy, the better the payoff.

Making your money last through retirement
Tips on how to stretch your savings over the course of your retirement.

Freeze Your Assets: How to Force Yourself to Stop Overspending
By “freeze your assets”, we’re talking literally freezing.

5 ways credit scores impact retirement
Being retired doesn’t mean you should ignore your credit score.

The high cost of being a football fan
Watching your favorite team can take a big hit on your wallet.

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