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By: Kappel Ludlow  09-12-2011

According to a recent San Francisco news headline, here’s an interesting story as well as cautionary tale of sorts that essentially points up the importance of learning how to take care of your own money. It shows the danger of trusting others govern your future.

Citigroup Inc can count a victory in the latest legal action in Larry Hagman fight for an award against the bank for over $11 million in damages, which would have been distributed to charity. Hagman, who played the villain, J.R. Ewing, in the 1980s TV show “Dallas,” as well as the astronaut on the hit television program ‘I dream of Jeanne’ before that in Los Angeles, had accused Citigroup of breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract.

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