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AARP Bulletin, December 1, 2009
According to a recent survey, 75% of people plan to make at least one personal-finance resolution this year. In the past only about a third of people made money-related resolutions.
AARP Bulletin Today correspondent Kim Keister takes it to the streets to find out if Americans are making resolutions to save more or spending less.
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