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TODAY financial editor Jean Chatzky has tips to help you freshen up your finances, like using visualization to plan for retirement; “tipping” yourself to supplement your savings, and scheduling an appointment with an attorney to stop procrastinating about making a will. She also has advice about protecting yourself from identity theft.