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Americans Are in a Spending Mood

Americans Are in a Spending Mood

Consumer Reports surveyed America recently, and found a nation that’s ready to put the bad times behind, and open its wallets again.

The venerable consumer testing firm’s Consumer Reports National Research Center surveyed 1,006 adult Americans in an effort to gauge the consumer spending moods of the…

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Bringing “Credit Invisibles” Into the Light

Bringing “Credit Invisibles” Into the Light

Too many people suffer from a lack of credit history, a condition that deprives them of access to homes, cars – even jobs. They are the “credit invisibles” and some new data sheds light on ways to improve their lot in life.

Information services company Experian said its research estimates there…

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Is the University “Tuition Tsunami” Ready to End?

Is the University “Tuition Tsunami” Ready to End?

After years of passing big annual tuition increases, university leaders now fear that they won’t be able to maintain enrollment. Is the tuition explosion that has created a generation of young debt slaves finally reaching a point of unsustainability?

Let’s hope so, since tuition is still on the…

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