Breaking News
Thursday, 20 September 2012

Thursday, September 20, 2012
SAN ANTONIO, Sept 19 (Reuters) - More than two-thirds of Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck, according to a survey released on Wednesday by the American Payroll Association. The survey of 30,600 people found that 68 percent said it would be somewhat difficult or very difficult if their paychecks were delayed for a week. These results show Americans are still struggling with the recession's effects, the association said.

"This study clearly shows that Americans are finding it hard to save," said Dan Maddux, executive director of the San Antonio-based association of payroll managers.
How Mitt Romney Could Have Been A Whole Lot Richer
Walmart Fires Cancer Patient Over Medical Marijuana Use
6-Year-Old Racks Up Insane Credit Card Bill
Household Wealth Takes Massive Hit
You Might Not Be Tipping Enough
Kathryn Salucka: Generation Sequestration: A Call to Action
As the Chicago Teacher's strike appeared over and over on the news, I began to think about what an evaluation of another group of public employees may unearth -- the performance and efficacy of our Congressmen and women. Stop Student Loans From Ruining Your Chances of Homeownership
If purchasing a house is important to you, you have a couple of choices -- either put up more money for the down payment or take the time to improve your standing. Here's how you can do that.
Rob Asghar: The Myth of the 'College Bubble'
Newseek writer Megan McArdle argues that a higher-education bubble is about to burst, just as tech bubbles and housing bubbles burst, and that devastating chaos will result.
Chris Weigant: Why Are Republicans Complaining About The 47 Percent?
If you follow Republican dogma all the way through to its logical conclusion, Republicans are supposed to be working hard every day to reduce taxes on everybody, all of the time. So the ultimate in reduction is complete elimination, right?
David Paul: Romney Comments Threw Ronald Reagan as Well as 47 Percent of America Under the Bus
Mitt Romney's words of disdain for working Americans -- particularly spoken with such contempt -- are so at odds with the inspiring optimism that for the party faithful was the hallmark of Ronald Reagan.

If you believe this has been sent to you in error, please safely unsubscribe.


Post a Comment