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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 18, 2015
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The golden years can be among the best for people who are in good financial shape. But as new survey out today finds that many Americans fear they're not. Senior business correspondent Anthony Mason has tonight's Eye On Money report. I'm going to get ready to go to work. Fran Flemming has been frugal. She and her husband Ed saved to put their three daughters through college and put money away for themselves. But even with a pension and Social Security the 55 year old Chicago accountant is nervou...
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Anthony Mason
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00:02:07

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