Money smart: Your 2013 guide if . . .
You already know the year is going to bring changes -- perhaps a new baby, graduation, retirement or some other milestone. Here's how they’re likely to affect your finances.
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What I want to know is if everyone is so dissatisfied with how the economy ofthis country is, how in the world did we relect the President and all the idiots in Congress and the Senate that are doing nothing about it. We should have fired any incumbent and let someone new have a chance. Until we start doing this nothing is going to change. We, the people, must get the power back by getting rid of the crooks who run our government.
Starting college- Taking on debt
Graduating college- swamped in debt
Land first job- low paying part time, can't pay off debt
Having baby- no insurance, have to pay rent
Buying new home- can't qualify, too much debt
Starting a business- not enough capitol, can't get a loan or grant, too much college debt
Want to retire- Too little savings and too much debt, no interst on savings, higher taxes on dividends
Obama's great economic model. Isn't it great how the next generation has so many programs to help them along!
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