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Bankruptcy Forces 89-Year-Old WWII Vet From Home

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An 89-year-old World War II veteran has had to move out of his western Montana home after his deceased wife's medical bills led him to file for bankruptcy.

Warren Bodeker lists a $981 monthly Social Security check as his only income

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401K 2012, Flickr
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MSU Eliminates $10 Fee for Online Payments

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Montana State University is eliminating its $10 transaction fee assessed for online tuition payments in an effort to encourage more students to pay online.

Laura Humberger, assistant vice president of financial services for MSU, says it's the right thing to do for students

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401K 2012, Flickr
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What’s the Most Awkward Money Moment? – Survey of the Day

It’s been said that money is the root of all evil. That’s debatable but there is no doubt that it can lead to some pretty uncomfortable situations.

CouponCabin.com asked 2,415 adults to list their most awkward money moments.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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How Much Money Will a Bad Credit Score Cost You? — Dollars and Sense

Savvy consumers know having a higher credit score means getting a lower interest rate and paying less over the life of a loan — but how much less?

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Alex Wong, Getty Images
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Is It Important to Leave an Inheritance for Your Children? — Survey of the Day

It seems an increasing number of baby boomers are following the lead of billionaire Warren Buffett, who has pledged to leave almost all of fortune to charity rather than his children.

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Feeling Stressed Out? New Study Reveals Shopping Is a Great Way to Cope

There are lots of ways to relieve stress, and it seems whipping out your wallet is among them — not to pay for a visit to your shrink, but to go shopping.

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arturstaszewski, flickr
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You May Not Have the Time or Money for a Vacation, But Chances Are Good Your Boss Does

Need another reason to hate your boss? New research shows more than three-quarters of managers will take a summer vacation, while only 65 percent of their underlings will do the same.

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Driving Slowly Means You Can Make Extra Pocket Money

The high cost of speeding tickets does make some drivers slow down, but what if you were actually paid to stop being such a lead-food instead?

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Charitable Giving Up, But Still Less Than Pre-Recession Levels — Dollars and Sense

Money may be tight for lots of Americans, but that doesn’t mean we’ve lost our spirit of giving. A new study says we actually gave more to non-profits and charities in 2011 than in the year prior — but we’re still way off from the donations seen in 2007.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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Wanna Put Your Vacation on Layaway? Sears Is Here to Help — Dollars and Sense

In the past couple of years, some consumers have opted to skip using their credit cards in favor of putting things like school clothes or holiday gifts on layaway.

Now retail giant Sears is offering something else you can put on layaway: vacations.

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