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    Why not make 2012 the year your finances work for you? If 2011 proved not to be your most money-savvy year, there’s no need to start the next 12 months feeling glum. In fact, there’s every reason to re-think the way you manage your money and take charge for the year ahead. Taking a fresh look at your financial habits could make all the difference: looking at which good financial habits you should keep, which ones you should take up, ...

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