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Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The United States' lowest earners spent more than double their incomes last year, according to data released Tuesday by the Labor Department.

The bottom fifth of the U.S. income distribution -- 24.4 million households -- on average earned $10,074 in after-tax annual income and spent $22,001 last year, according to the Labor Department.
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David_Halperin: 'Chronicle of Higher Education' Allows For-Profit College With High Student Loan Defaults to Sponsor and Pick the Speakers for Loan Default Event
The Chronicle is allowing its advertiser to determine the composition of an event that the Chronicle is presenting as a program of its own. It's renting out its reputation. This Chronicle event is like an event on "Guarding The Henhouse," sponsored by The Fox.
Carrie Smith: How to Sell Thrift Store Finds for a Profit on eBay
Making consistent side income or extra money from eBay is much more competitive now than it was a few years ago. But I've had tremendous success by following these easy rules.
David Fagin: With the iPhone5, An 'Apple' a Day Could Bankrupt You Tomorrow
We're simply addicted. Apple has become the "Nino Brown" of the tech world. It's New Jack City -- this time, nationwide --and we're all lining up at 'The Carter' for a piece of the rock. Or, in this case, the Apple.
Bob Banov and Roger Ohlsen: Will Someone Please Increase My Taxes!?
Wouldn't it be great if the Congress that exacerbated our current situation were held responsible for their grade school behavior which brought on our current financial situation, paying higher taxes until things right themselves, even if it's after some get voted out of office?
Beth Kobliner: Should You Pay for an 'A'? How to Motivate Your Child -- Part 1
At my friend's parent-teacher meeting to discuss her eighth-grade son, the teacher made a wacky recommendation: my friend should consider bribery to motivate him to work harder in school. I'm not kidding.

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