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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012
WASHINGTON -- A report is showing that more Americans are keeping up with their credit-card payments.

The American Bankers Association says the percentage of bank-issued credit cards that were 30 days or more overdue fell to an 11-year low in the second quarter. That came as consumers keep a tighter grip on their finances amid economic uncertainty.
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Inimai Chettiar: Debate Reality Check: We Can't Cut Our Way to Prosperity
Saving the economy is not about cutting government costs. It is about implementing policies that wisely invest government dollar. Both candidates must offer specific plans toward economic prosperity that go beyond taxes and budgets.
Richard (RJ) Eskow: The Real Incumbent in Tonight's Debate Is "the Plutocracy"
Both political parties are concentrating on government deficits at a time when they should be focused on jobs and growth the middle class. That's the mark of a plutocracy: government by and for the wealthy.
Jason Alderman: How to Stem the Tide of Junk Mail
No matter how diligent your efforts to get yourself off unwanted mailing lists, you're probably still going to get some junk mail. But it's good to know there are ways to significantly scale back the amount.
Kirsten Dirksen: WATCH: "Shotgun Shack" Family Remodels Tiny Home for $700 DIY-Style
Three years ago, this family left their 4-bedroom home to move into a 320-square-foot prefab. Yikes!
Neale Godfrey: Be a Holiday Hero without Going into Debt
Here are my top five lessons to put the joy IN and take the debt OUT of the holiday season.

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