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The Toyota Motor Corp. logo is displayed on the company's Corolla sedan at its head offices in Tokyo, Japan,in Nov. 2012. Toyota Motor Corp., Asia's biggest carmaker, raised its full-year profit forecast as rising demand for the Prius hybrid in the U.S. and Japan helped make up for slumping sales in China. (Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg)
Attendees arrive at the Toyota Motor Corp. booth during the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles, California, U.S. in Nov. 2012. Toyota Motor Corp., headed for its best U.S. sales in four years, wants to boost deliveries next year of its RAV4 by 18 percent as it pits a restyled version of the crossover against rivals Honda Motor Co. and Ford Motor Co.(Jonathan Alcorn/Bloomberg)
A few weeks ago, I asked readers to pose some of their financial questions and promised I’d get some experts to provide answers. So here’s the first of two installments with answers from expert members of the Financial Planning Association of Northeast Ohio and Apprisen. Another set will appear in next week’s column. Questions and answers have been edited down for space.