Getting Personal: Investing, life insurance, magazine subscriptions
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Ever get notices in the mail for magazine subscriptions that look sort of official and ask you to send in a bunch of money because your subscription to is almost up?
“Bogus is the word that comes to mind here,” says David Lazarus.
So how do you know if those notices are fake or real? David says you should definitely look at the fine print. Find out what other advice he has by listening to this week’s Getting Personal segment.
This week, Tess and David also answer questions about where to invest your money when you don’t know anything about investing, what to do about an older family matter who is deep in debt, and what to do about life insurance policies.
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