Articles tagged in financial recovery

10.25.10

10 Ways to Put Your Finances Back on Track

Jonathan Leane

On the road to fiscal responsibility, we all suffer our occasional missteps. Whether you’ve fallen along the wayside due to poor luck or bad judgment, you shouldn’t consider yourself out just because you’re down.

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08.19.09

10 Signs the Economy ‘Might’ Be Recovering

Stan Reybern

With the unrelenting day in, day out barrage of negative economic forecasts, it’s easy for signs of possible recovery to go unnoticed. However, several such signs may actually be lurking right under our noses. While there aren’t many signs of sharp, dramatic improvement, things appear to be improving at the margins of the American and world economies. And as the

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07.29.09

$700+ Billion Later, How Are We Doing?

Stan Reybern

(Image) Despite scathing criticism, the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) is part of today’s reality. Therefore, it is now important to determine just what we, the taxpayers, have gotten for our money. We need to know how the bailed-out companies and institutions are performing now that the funds have been dispersed. It wasn’t an easy job, but we

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04.30.09

12 Steps to Financial Recovery

Jonathan Rivers

It’s no secret that the last year has had a sobering effect on the personal finance of countless millions. The days of cheap, accessible credit have ended, and the future repayment of debt abruptly became the present. Additionally, unemployment figures continue to increase, and the stock market is still on life support. But from within this doomsday perspective of our

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