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Carrick on money: The top five regrets of the dying

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The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick. 

The Top Five regrets of the dying
Much to think about in this list, which appears on a website for financial advisers.

Just say no to the upsell
Don't let stores convince you to buy something more expensive than you came in for.

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Who's who in life insurance?
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Fresh thinking on teaching financial literacy
The Church of England is proposing the creation of savings clubs in primary schools to help kids as young as four learn good money habits and avoid debt later in life.

More Money
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