Jan 20, 2012

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Investors flee stock funds for fourth year in a row
Some fees might have failed in 2011, but others may come
Options for 401(k) plans get more affordable
Our cars are getting older, too: Average age now 10.8 years
Scarcity of women causes men to spend more, save less
Housing outlook is more upbeat
Suze or not, look closely at celebrities' prepaid cards
Money Watch: Where can I find a CD yielding 5%?

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