Well, no. But in a shaky economy, obscure insurance -- including coverage against kidnapping, divorce and having twins -- is a rare growth industry.
Market woes may lead to significant deals and discounts on travel, cars and other big-ticket items.
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According to a Dutch study, women who kept their names had higher average education levels and fewer children -- and worked more and had higher salaries.
Despite the economy, brides-to-be aren't willing to sacrifice luxury to save money on their big day. The average wedding cost $27,000 last year.
Survey shows that brides-to-be are willing to ditch size and tradition in favor of saving money, and know how to work social media.
Military members get free meals and wedding dresses, and everyone can visit national parks free.
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