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Prizes help change people’s thoughts on saving cash

(Kayana Szymczak for the Boston Globe)
By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / December 11, 2011
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For more than a decade, a tiny Boston nonprofit, the D2D Fund, has tried to develop with innovative ways to help low-income earners save and improve their finances. The Globe recently sat down with the organization’s executive director, Timothy Flacke, to talk about the group’s efforts.

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