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May 23, 2014 12:00 AM

Anthony Cannella: Bipartisanship created a real rainy-day fund

Budgeting 101 tells us to plan for the unexpected by setting aside some of our dollars in a rainy-day fund. If we do, when hard times hit, we’re prepared. We’ve got the bucks in the bank to cover replacing the roof that starts to leak or the radiator in the family car. We have a financial safety net to carry us through the tough times.

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