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Growing up, my grandmother was a master seamstress, and I always had beautiful clothes without ever having to pay for them.
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26 January 2012 Last updated at 00:11 GMT By Tim Weber Business editor, BBC News website, Davos Bankers and economists are in a gloomy mood Is there any good news for the economy?
(The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own) By David Cay Johnston Jan 10 (Reuters) - The Fed's campaign to hold short-term interest rates near zero is a loser for taxpayers. A rise in rates would also burden taxpayers, but it would come with a benefit for those who save.
The last two years have taught me many, many things about personal finances. Some of the lessons have been useful and others thought-provoking, but a few have really knocked my socks off and changed the way I view the world. Here are the five lessons I learned that really altered my perspectives.
Many of us look forward to retirement. We can hardly wait for the time to put down our tools and change our daily routine. In spite of this desire, many Americans do not plan for retirement until just before they stop working.
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