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  • by Robert H Berendt
Common sense is a wonderful thing that grows out of the blood, sweat and tears that life sometimes offers us.
  • by Lorelei Nettles
Sometimes, we can't see what needs to be done until it is written out before us in black and white.
  • by Aaron Dean
Young people today have to deal with the debt crisis that the whole world is facing. How do you do that?
  • by Michael Kelley
The recent debate over raising the U.S. debt limit showed a national leadership bitterly divided over the country's priorities and how to address its debt explosion. What are the larger implications of this debacle?
  • by Frank Dunkle
With no signs of the economy improving anytime soon, gold prices are soaring—and many are looking to precious metals to save them from ruin. How do we prepare for financial disaster?
  • by Michael A Snyder
Personal and national fears, anxiety and anger skyrocketed over the past few weeks as American politicians fell to verbal blows.
  • by Larry Walker
As a worried world watches, an all-out partisan political battle rages regarding the debt dilemma that threatens financial disaster for this nation and could send shock waves throughout the world. Because financial markets are all affected by the economic situations of other nations in the current global marketplace, other nations face major repercussions if the federal debt crisis is not...
  • by Darris McNeely
There are times when households reach the end of their financial resources and have to declare bankruptcy. Their income cannot meet their debts. Has America come to such a defining moment?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
It becomes a matter of more than just passing interest that our present plight would be described in biblical terms by the chairman and executive chairman of a popular American newsweekly with an international edition!
  • by United Church of God
Finding a credit counseling service that will truly help you will require some effort. Credit counselors are not a quick fix. You will still need to have the vision to stick with a budget and work hard to find your way out of financial trouble.