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Personal finance from around the Web:
- The new New England grocery list: milk, eggs, and a house? Supermarket chain Stop & Shop has announced plans to open Re/Max real estate offices in 15 Massachusetts locations. [Boston Herald]
- Pressed to boost their returns, public pension funds have started using leverage to increase performance. Critics say the strategy may be riskier than the funds believe. [The Wall Street Journal]
- The President will announce some middle class tax credits at his State of the Union address tonight. Here are some details on changes to the child care and saver’s credits. [Wise Bread]
- Credit cards sure are convenient, but they can be costly t0o. Here are three ways credit cards waste money. [Credit Card Guide]
- Losing a playoff game two weeks ago may be the least of concerns for one Arizona Cardinal. The IRS is going after Antrel Rolle for more than $2 million in back taxes. Rolle is suing the agency for failing to treat him in a “fair, professional and courteous manner.” [Forbes]
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