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News Tagged - 'recession'

Emergency Savings by the Numbers


Contradicting reports suggest we either are or aren’t building our emergency savings. We may or may not be financially savvy, either.

3 Money Trends That May Affect You

March 28, 2013

The recession has resulted in new credit scoring models and borrowing options.

One Last Fiscal Cliff Look for 2012

December 31, 2012

Last day of the year and one last look at fiscal cliff while we’re still a few hours on this side of it. Recession has been guaranteed if lawmakers can’t find solution and interest rates will rise and tax breaks …

Despite High Hopes, US Holiday Retail Sales Weak

December 26, 2012

Those holding out hopes that the holiday season would boost the economy are disappointed with the less than one percent retail sales growth.

October is National Women’s Small Business Month

October 3, 2012

October is Women’s Small Business Month. Women now own 50% of all small businesses in the U.S.

Unemployment Applications Down But Not Enough

September 21, 2012

More jobs added to employment rosters, but not nearly enough to affect the economy or unemployment rates.

1/3 of Americans Report They Are “Lower Class”

September 17, 2012

A full one-third of Americans say they’re living in a lower class from a financial perspective than they were four years ago as debates roll on about whether we’re in a recession or not.

Is Time Right for MasterCard World Elite?

September 12, 2012

Imagine living the life of a rock star. Or Donald Trump. MasterCard World Elite can make it happen – if you can afford it, of course.

Bridge Loans & 5 Reasons They’re Worthwhile

September 5, 2012

It’s no secret these days that Americans are struggling with the credit ratings. Many are rebuilding after a devastating few years, courtesy of the recession and others are recovering from job losses and foreclosures. Either way, you might can benefit …