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Clinic aims to help people get finances in order

2:32 AM, Jan. 17, 2013
Cathy Rohling, Weston, center, listens along with her daughter, Patricia, 15, right, and Patricia's friend Cassandra Knudson, 14, during a session at last year's Financial Wellness Conference in Wausau.
Cathy Rohling, Weston, center, listens along with her daughter, Patricia, 15, right, and Patricia's friend Cassandra Knudson, 14, during a session at last year's Financial Wellness Conference in Wausau.
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Wausau-area residents who made New Year's resolutions to get their finances in order will have a chance to take the first step toward that goal Saturday at the sixth annual Financial Wellness Conference.

The annual event, which will run from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Wausau's John Muir Middle School, is organized by Asset Builders, a nonprofit Madison-based organization, and the Get Smart Wausau Coalition, a coalition of professionals from financial institutions, local businesses, government and nonprofits. Both organizations promote financial literacy.

The event allows people of all ...

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