Thu, 10 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT | By Alison Griffiths, MSN Money
Financial meltdown survival guide for 2013

Relieve the pressure with these money tips.

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On the verge of a financial meltdown? It’s hardly surprising with holiday bills coming due, RRSP season around the corner and income tax time soon to follow. If there’s more month at the end of your money than money at the end of the month, the stress can be overwhelming. Weight gain, illness, marital discord, alcohol and drug abuse, absenteeism and even tooth decay can be blamed on problems with money. If you are suffering from financial stress, these eight steps will help you relieve the pressure.

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