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Six Ways to Improve Your Finances During a Football Game

Football season is upon us, and whether you're partial to college ball, the NFL, or are just plain addicted to anything resembling a pigskin, you can expect a lot of couch time. But you don't have to ignore your finances just because the running backs are slashing, linebackers are taking [...]
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