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Raising money raises questions

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Money matters often get shunted aside in deference to the emergency at hand when well-meaning people launch campaigns through online crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe.com or YouCaring.com.  Full Article 

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Family Finances

Why you should freeze your credit now

In the wake of the Equifax data breach, consumer credit experts have been recommending freezing one's credit as a protection against identity theft.  Full Article 

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "Make America Great Again" hats are pictured during a meeting with Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council at Trump Tower in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., August 20, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
Investing

New ETF plans to 'make America great again'

A planned index fund is hoping to "make America great again" by investing in companies that support the Republican Party.  Full Article 

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Saving for College

How college fast-trackers save time and money

For most students, getting their college bachelor's degree takes four years. For some, five. But you can save the most money if you do it in three.   Full Article 

A woman walks out of the ocean following a swim past sunset at Moon Light Beach in Encinitas, California October 28, 2014.    REUTERS/Mike Blake

The best place to retire? You get to pick

Reuters has teamed up with Zillow to give you the power to customize a list of your best places to retire. Learn how to use our interactive tool to help you determine the cities and towns that meet your criteria.   Full Article 

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Back-breaking labor helped these four-star generals on their way

NEW YORK You have to be pretty tough to make it as a four-star general in the U.S. military. So it makes sense that some top military commanders would get their starts working in rigorous first jobs.