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By timestaff
March 19, 2010

Personal finance from around the Web:

  • Members of the American Bankers Association join the legions of lobbyists on Capitol Hill hoping to influence new financial regulations. Bankers are against the creation of a consumer financial protection regulator and want to remain exempt from state consumer laws. [The Washington Post]
  • Once you’ve said, “I do,” it’s time to split up the personal finance chores. Here are some tips for newlyweds on how to get your financial house in order. [Morningstar]

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