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Wednesday, April 22, 2009



The House Financial Services Committee today approved legislation that would provide credit card customers crucial protections against unfair, deceptive.A blog about how to invest, save and manage your money. We want to help you make decisions about your finances, rather than just tell you what decisions to make.
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My credit report seems to be very bad and im not sure why. I have been working in a great job now for 5 years and always pay every bill on time. Yet friends of mine in worse situations have better credit scores. I will recheck it again in a few months and see if there is an improvement


Government will release the results of a so called stress test later this month, if most banks will pass they'll be able to return the money. Certain institutions will pass, like Goldman Sachs.

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