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Many readers encouraged us to accept donations. My wife’s response – “If you are going to do that, make sure readers know it’s strictly voluntary, no pressure – no hassle!”

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I buy everything on Amazon through your link, but that’s only 1 – 2
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I would like to contribute to your “On the Money”, without going through Amazon or buying another investment newsletter, because I think you provide valuable insight into various topics affecting retirees.

Do you have a mechanism that I can just donate to help you to keep “On the Money” available for free, especially to those that need the advice but cannot afford to pay for it?” … Respectfully, Doug H. (emphasis mine)

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