SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Secrets to a Financially Happy Relationship
A happy couple strolls down the aisle hand-in-hand as the church bells let out a triumphant ring and the members of the congregation cheer loudly. The bride and groom are happy, smiling and having the... Posted on 3/6/13 at 12:27 PM
The stock market is up and the economy is on the mend, but Americans are still struggling to find a financial foothold, according to the Thrivent Financial/ Kiplinger Survey of Family Finances released this week.
Some people like to complain. It’s a part of their nature to grumble about how bad things are, how the economy has gone to pot, how inept government is in trying to fix it and how other people’s greed caused it.
Electronically filed tax returns are on track with last year and overall refunds are running nearly 10 percent higher so far in 2010, according to statistics issued this week by the Internal Revenue Service.
Rising credit card debt. Foreclosures. Plummeting credit scores. Bankruptcies. The news is chock full of financial calamities these days – all against a backdrop of an ever-growing national debt and a looming crisis in health care and Social Security.
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