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  • This Week In Credit Card News: 35% Of Consumers Have Debt In Collections; High Overdraft Fees
    A Third of Americans Delinquent on Debt
  • Argentina Defaults On Its Debt....Again
    The recent Argentine debt default has many tentacles and its effects could be far reaching. Moreover, this is the second default from this South American country in the past 13 years. Learn more about Argentina's economy, financial markets, and who is affected, including mutual funds and hedge funds!
  • Paul Krugman: Stop Calling People Names
    I think public intellectuals, like Paul Krugman, have a responsibility to act like grownups in speaking with the public. If they start calling people with different views "stupid," they demean themselves and convey the message that name calling rather than respectful debate is appropriate conduct. It certainly is not.
  • Could new state legislation reduce federal student loan borrowing?
    In 20 states, legislation is being proposed that would give students a chance to repay tuition and fees as a percentage of their income after graduation without having to borrow student loans. The problem? For students, the plan can be pricey if they make a decent income in the future, room and board is not included in the payment plans, and it’s only for in-state tuition at public universities. Generally, legislation doesn’t include training past undergraduate schooling.
  • Market Correction? How The Rich Are Investing Now
    According to a recent report by Tiger 21, North America's premier peer-to-peer learning network for high net worth investors with a collective $25 billion in assets, wealthier investors have shifted their investment allocations this year and it may be wise for you to listen and learn what they're doing especially because of the amazing volatility we've seen in the markets recently.
  • The Medicaid Look Back Period Explained
    One of the most misunderstood aspects of Medicaid is the look back period for asset transfers and how that affects eligibility for elderly people in need of long-term healthcare.
  • The Top 10 Places Your Next Dollar Should Go
    There is no shortage of receptacles clamoring for your money each day. No matter how much money you have or make, it could never keep up with all the seemingly urgent invitations to part with it.
  • Nuts And Bolts Of End Of Life Care
    This article explains the “nuts and bolts” of what hospice expects from the caretakers and what the caretakers can expect from hospice care at home.
  • Slow And Steady: An Investment Advisor's Advice For Young Wealth Builders
    By Nora Zelevansky
  • Savvy 24 Year Old's $66 Million Mega Lottery Win--On Friday The 13th
    Woman Collects $66 Million Lottery Win On Friday the 13th Ticket, Gets Financial Advice, and Plans Ahead.

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