REAL MONEY Nine Steps to Dealing With Medical Debt
A broken bone, mental health therapy, a long-term illness, a car accident, a premature baby. All of these situationsand so many more unexpected onescan land a family in medical debt. And you cant comp... Posted on 4/16/13 at 9:27 AM
CRACKER-BARREL PHILOSOPHER Playing With Fire While Ignoring The Real Problems
Many in America seem to have a general disregard for law and order. Most disturbing, however, is when our highest level public servants disregard fundamental provisions of the most important document ... Posted on 4/12/13 at 12:59 PM
IN THE BLACK Why Its Important to Pay more than Minimum Payments
Here is a video showing how long it takes and how much interest you pay when only paying the minimum payments on your credit card debt.
In the example in the video, by only paying the minimum payme... Posted on 3/21/13 at 7:29 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Obama coming to discuss gun violence
By Don Davis
Next week is turning into gun week in Minnesota.
President Barack Obama kicks the week off with a Monday Minneapolis visit to discuss gun violence and state legislators plan to consider... Posted on 1/30/13 at 8:04 PM
What follows is an armchair analysis of the presence of a major gambling operation in the center of our city, and it is not intended to inflame any underlying racism that lurks under the surface in our community.
In the 1950s, being in debt was bad.
Fast-forward half a century, when the average American household is saddled with about $6,600 in credit card bills alone — never mind mortgages, car loans, student loans and other debt, according to CardTrak.com.
With college costs skyrocketing and the economy worsening, the question of whether higher education is a worthy financial investment is no longer a no-brainer.
October 23, 2008
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