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Who did the most to improve the financial lives of Americans this year? You voted, now find out on Monday, Nov. 21 who was selected as a Money Champion.
After two months of gathering nominations from experts and staffers, the editors of Money have been winnowing the list of candidates based on accomplishments over the past year in areas such as reducing college debt, promoting financial literacy, fighting for pay equality, and introducing innovative financial products.
Which of the following folks did you believe deserved to be recognized as a Money Champion? See the results below.