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It's Time to Review Your Health Insurance Coverage

Taking time to review your health insurance options could help you save hundreds of dollars and possibly thousands.

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Don't Forget These Year-End Financial Tips

It's the end of the year and while many thoughts turn to holiday celebrations and shopping, don't forget that you should perform an end-of-the-year review of your finances. Here are some tips that can save you some money.

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From Guacamole to Gas: Really Useful Websites

I often browse financial and consumer-related websites and have found that by clicking through these websites (and the additional info links that they offer), one comes across a lot of useful and/or fun websites. (A lot of silly/useless/ridiculous ones, too, but let's not waste time on those!)

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Ever Feel Stressed Over Money?

Being in a "money-tight" situation isn't nice, but it's a reality for a lot of us. And get this: if you already have money and credit problems, you may be jeopardizing your current job and any chance of promotion or future jobs.

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From the Archives:

Where Are Your Charitable Gifts Really Going?

The resources in this report can help you check out a nonprofit organization (NPO) or charitable cause before you give as well as educate yourself more fully as a donor. If you take a little time to check out organizations and causes that interest you, your gift dollars can have the impact you desire.

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Who's Fighting For You?

Learn right here about consumer groups that tackle consumer issues for you. Each month, we'll feature a different group.

This month's featured consumer group:

  • Consumer Federation of America

    Since 1968, the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) has provided consumers a well-reasoned and articulate voice in decisions that affect their lives. Day in and out, CFA's professional staff gathers facts, analyzes issues, and disseminates information to the public, policymakers, and the rest of the consumer movement.


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