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Dear Dave: I’m coming up on a transition phase in my life. I’ll be leaving the military soon, and I’ve been evaluating my living situation once I am out. My parents said I could live with them for a while, but I am not sure that would work out well.

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POLLOK — As the mercury hovered close to 100, the HVAC system at the Charles and Annette Stewart’s home finally gave up the ghost.

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Dear Dave: I am on Baby Step 2, and I started a YouTube channel earlier this year that led to a new opportunity to make additional income. I try on and review clothing, and I’m paid $30 for each clip that’s anywhere from 30 seconds to two minutes long.

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Dear Dave: What is the main difference between people who follow your plan, stick with it and succeed, and those who fall off along the way? — Damon

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Dear Dave: All the talk on the news about inflation is a little scary. Is there any way to protect yourself against it on a day-to-day basis? — Garret

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Dear Dave: I have a good job and make pretty good money, but I’m tired of always worrying about my finances and being strapped for cash at the end of the month. I’ve heard you talk about getting out of debt and living on a zero-based budget, but what exactly is a zero-based budget? — Edward

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Dear Dave: I have decided it’s time to get control of my money. Your plan sounds workable, but I talked to some friends about it, and they think I would be better off using a credit card for emergencies. Can you explain why you advise saving a separate emergency fund? — Leslee

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The Stephen F. Austin State University Gerald W. Schlief School of Accountancy within the Rusche College of Business recently awarded the Sammie Smith Professorship to assistant accounting professor Dr. Stephanie Ross. The new professorship was created through an endowment by Professor Emeri…

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Meat won’t be the only thing smokin’ hot at a new barbecue restaurant opening later this month in Nacogdoches County. Exotic dancers will be on hand to add an ingredient a little spicier than what most local joints are serving.

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