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Are you a recent college graduate with a big pile of loans? Are you at mid-career and finding your paycheck doesn’t match your spending? Have you inherited a bunch of money and want to make sure you don’t blow it? Have you retired but are worried that your savings won’t last?
Whatever your situation, a financial tuneup can’t hurt.
The Los Angeles Times' Business section is looking for people to feature in a series of money makeover stories, which bring a reader together with a professional advisor. The subjects of the articles must be willing to share financial details for publication, including such things as salary, savings, assets and debts.
To be considered, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You also can send a letter to: Makeover, Business Section, Los Angeles Times, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90012.
Include a brief description of your financial goals and a daytime phone number.
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