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Stock picks worth framing

The company is not an investment firm, nor does it offer stock-picking advice. Just as its name implies, GiveAshare specializes in one-share ownership in about 110 companies. You don’t need deep pockets for this amount of investment exposure, either. And the kicker — you can order a framed stock certificate.

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Handling gift returns is good for children

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