Monthly Archives: September 2008

House Votes Down Bailout Bill… For Now

The House of Representative has voted against the $700 billion dollar bailout bill… for now.  207 members voted yea and 226 voted nae.  The bill, however isn’t dead, just yet.  The voting has remained opened, tabled for a time. It’s … Continue reading

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Hello Citigroup, Goodbye Wachovia?

In August of 2000, I opened a checking account with SouthTrust bank.  In 2004, SouthTrust was purchased by Wachovia.  Today, as I opened my browser to check my fantasy football scores, I was met with the news that Citigroup is … Continue reading

Posted in Banking | 5 Comments

Debt Reduction Blogs That Inspire

When I started writing about debt reduction, three years ago, there were only a handful of blogs about debt reduction.  Now, there are literally hundreds (thousands?).  It’s exciting to see so many people getting out of debt and sharing their … Continue reading

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Debt Reduction Gurus: Clark Howard

I thought it would be interesting to take a look at a few of the most popular debt reduction gurus.  Today, I’ll take a look at radio and television personality, Clark Howard. Where can you listen to his radio program, … Continue reading

Posted in Debt Reduction, Resources | 3 Comments