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Pamela Yellen: More Than Snakes, Blood and Other Halloween Frights, Financial Phobias Haunt Many Americans

An exclusive nationwide online survey conducted this month by my company, Bank on Yourself, finds that by a margin of almost four-to-one, many Americans would rather die than outlive their money.
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