Election 2008: The Pocketbook Issues

The next President could make big changes to the ways Americans invest and save for retirement
Senator and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) greets auto workers as they arrive for work, during a predawn visit to the Chrysler Jeep manufacturing plant in Toledo, Ohio, on Mar. 3, 2008. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

So far the Presidential campaign has focused on foreign policy, immigration, health care, and, of course, the broader economy. But candidates Clinton, McCain, Obama, et al. are also being urged to tackle the financial issues that affect Americans' pocketbooks.

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