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Personal Finance News To Motivate And Depress You
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 27, 2018
Here's a headline you don't see every day: "Americans Believe Tech Makes Their Lives Better But Society Worse." Among other weird financial news.
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Back-To-School Shopping List: What NOT To Put On It
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 20, 2018
Want to save money on your back-to-school shopping list? Look for cuts. Decide what you don't really need this year, then don't buy it.
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What’s Red And Gray And On The Horizon? A Senior Citizen Debt Crisis
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 13, 2018
As baby boomers approach retirement age their personal debts continue to rise. As a mass wave stop working, there may be a senior citizen debt crisis soon.
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Why You’re Probably Paying Too Much For A New Car
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 6, 2018
Getting preapproved for a loan can save you time and aggravation, not to mention keep you from paying too much for a new car.
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Our Credit Cards Reveal More Than Our Debts
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 6, 2018
America's debt problem tells us a thing or two about the state of our mental state. Learn aout recent statistics regarding credit debt and American opinion.
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Debt.com Scholarship Winner: Nursing Her Way To Financial Health
By: Howard Dvorkin
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July 30, 2018
This month's Debt.com scholarship winner for aggressive scholarship applicants plans to work as a nurse after she graduates from college.
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