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Why Chicago’s Bonds Are Now Junk, by Mike Mish Shedlock

Moody’s recent downgrade of Chicago’s bonds to junk wasn’t as ballsy as S&P’s downgrade of the US government’s credit rating a few years ago, but it showed some moxie, and Chicago certainly deserves it. 527 more words

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At The Street Level, Greece Is Grinding To A Halt, by Landon Thomas Jr.

Coming soon to a theater near you. This is what it’s like when the money runs out. A depressing article from Landon Thomas Jr., at the New York Times, via davidstockmanscontracorner.com: 244 more words

Economics

Private Colleges Target Community College Grads - By Jon Marcus May 27, 2015 | 12:01 a.m. EDT

With enrollment declining, longstanding barriers to transfers are falling.

Mount Olive and a handful of other private, nonprofit institutions have long histories of enrolling community college students. 250 more words

Money

Can I Discharge Business Loans in a Bankruptcy?

Knowing that a large percentage of your personal debts can be discharged or forgiven by filing for bankruptcy, many business owners  wonder if the same would be true for loans they took out to start a small business. 596 more words

Bankruptcy

I am debt free!

I am debt free! As of today – for the first time since I started university in September 2004 – I have no debt! I owe nothing to nobody! 552 more words

Lifestyle

My Erin Condren Life Planner Review

I’ve been living by an agenda or pocket calendar for years now.  It’s the only thing that has kept me somewhat sane all these years with being a single working mama.  1,053 more words

Budget

Why I Do Not Have a Credit Card

Credit Cards are the devil!  I swear the devil and his firey crew run the credit companies.  I’ve never had a credit card EVER.  My ex boyfriends had them, I’d negotiate the bill, we’d pay if off, so after doing this for awhile I realized how vicious they are.  228 more words

Budget