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Column: How to create a financial hardship support group

Elizabeth White, left, talking to long-term unemployed older workers at a Jewish Vocational Services event in San Francisco in July, 2017. Photo courtesy of Jewish Vocational Services Editor’s note: Elizabeth White is an author and non-profit executive. The following column is an excerpt from “Fifty-Five, Unemployed, and Faking Normal,” her book about the financial challenges many Americans face as they age.
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