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Gen Y Is in Serious Debt Because Our Government Keeps Rewarding Us for It

Young adults are carrying a huge debt load, and the U.S. government says that's just fine.

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Debt Snowball Versus Debt Avalanche: Which is the Best Way to Freeze Debt?

Ryan Guina is an entrepreneur and writer. He has worked for Fortune 500 companies and served six years in the USAF. He writes about money management and small business topics at Cash Money Life and military money topics at Military Finance Network. You can follow his twitter feed. There is a common misconception that debt...

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To Employees in Debt, McDonald’s Says: Return Your Holiday Gifts

The fast food chain has come under fire recently for advice it gave to employees about how to reduce debt.

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5 Big MLB Names Who Struck Out at Saving Money

What can the financial missteps of these baseball players teach us?

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In Today’s Economy, Average American is ‘Drowning’ in More Than $225,000 of Debt

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 11, 2013 – On average, Americans have more than $225,000 in debt and less than $500 in emergency savings, according to a new GoBankingRates.com investigation. GoBankingRates.com examined the average American — coined ‘Mary Smith’ — in terms of earnings, savings, and credit card, student loan, auto loan, and mortgage debt. “While every...

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Should You Hit the Brakes on Dave Ramsey’s Debt Snowball When Your Bank Account Is Broke?

Is something getting in the way of your debt snowball?

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