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Five financial moves to make before celebrating the new year

Seattle Times Saturday, 8 December 2018
Five financial moves to make before celebrating the new yearThe changing tides and fortunes of the stock market and the undulating emotions of investors make this one of those rare times when a few key common steps could deliver real financial benefits.
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