Spring -- can it get here soon enough? -- means a thorough home cleaning. Why not take care of some annual financial maintenance as well?
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They didn't have comprehensive coverage, but luckily their renters insurance was still in effect.
Republicans' efforts to undo the Affordable Care Act will complicate planning by seniors, who have already benefited from the new law.
It might be a decent investment, but how would it go over with other family members?
The tab for a brief instant of inattention? More than $1,900 so far.
Being absentminded really paid off at the end of the year, thanks to my flexible spending account.
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