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Coming Sunday: Busting myths about money

Is it wise to pay down high-interest credit cards before you save for a rainy day?

Is buying health insurance a waste of money for young workers?

Will you spend less each month once you retire?

How to manage your money poses an array of tricky questions, and conventional wisdom is always changing.

We'll help bust some common myths with a package of stories, both in print and online, this Sunday.

Look for the coverage in the Sunday Business section, as well as online (starting Sunday) at spokesman.com/moneymyths.


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