Here's What You Need To Know About Obamacare And Your Health Plan
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Arguments Over Social Security Pit Old Vs. Young
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Don't Waste Your Rainy Day Fund At The Beach
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Briggo's Coffee Haus takes up about 50 square feet of space, has a nice exterior wood design, and accepts orders either on-site or via a website. Courtesy Briggo hide caption

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Hans Kahl (left) speaks with prospective employees at a job fair for veterans, in Miami on Tuesday. With job growth still slow, the Federal Reserve may keep trying to stimulate the economy. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Credit Cards Under Pressure To Police Online Expression
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Declining Gas Prices Pump Up A Shaky Economy
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Gary Robins sits in the chair of his Supercuts salon in Media, Pa., one of 41 he owns throughout Philadelphia and Delaware. Will Figg for NPR hide caption

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The Roots Of Franchising Took Hold In A Hair Salon Chain
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IRS offices around the country, like this one in Brooklyn, N.Y., have been closed since the partial government shutdown began two weeks ago. While the agency continues to cash checks from payees, refunds, audits and most other operations are suspended. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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The IRS Can't Take Your Questions. It Will Take Your Return
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