By Mitch Lipka NEW YORK, Jan 9 (Reuters) - If you use a lot of postage stamps, now is a good time to stock up. At the end of January, the cost of a stamp will rise another penny. If you buy a so-called Forever stamp for 45 cents today, it will work just as well as the one you will pay 46 cents for starting on Jan. 27. Consider buying enough to last a year or more and you'll not only save a few dollars, but a few trips to the post office, too. ...
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