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Finding Financial Happiness and the Debate over Creating Jobs

Nov 08, 2011

Getting financially fit doesn't have to be difficult. It doesn't necessarily require you to cut your favorite things out of your life. But sometimes the small changes you make can save you big money. Eleanor Blayney, [CFP®], who is a consumer advocate with the [CFP] Board ... tells us the biggest mistakes people make with their money and the tiny transformations that can help you save. View the video >

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Rebecca Schatz
November 8, 2011

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