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We Have the Opportunity to Address Inequality

Will we take it?

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I once had a boss who would send me Suze Orman articles. I was in my late 20s, a single mom with just one income, and he knew money was tight. I graciously accepted the articles but never read them: Financial planning for me consisted of just paying my bills the best I could.




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