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After a penny-pinching life, Elinor Sauerwein had amassed a fortune that will benefit her community for decades.
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High school students will be able to test their personal finance knowledge during the month long challenge.
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Americans had less outstanding debt on their credit cards in 2011 than they did in 2010.
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