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Credit Card Delinquencies at a 19-Year Low [AUDIO]

Tighter restrictions and smarter consumers shake down to fewer credit card delinquencies these days, according to a new report.

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Governor Christie Addresses High Student Loans [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie says controlling the high costs of college needs to happen so graduates coming out with large loans can have a better chance building their future.

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Reducing credit card debt is a key step toward increasing your savings. (Image Source, Getty Images)
Reducing credit card debt is a key step toward increasing your savings. (Image Source, Getty Images)
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A Credit Score Without Credit Cards [AUDIO]

You could soon be earning a credit score, good or bad, without owning a credit card or mortgage.

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Younger Consumers Hold Less Debt, Study Says [AUDIO]

A new study finds many people under age 35 are taking on less debt than they did before the big economic downturn.

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Young Adults Struggle With Credit Card Debt [AUDIO]

A new study shows those in their 20's and 30's are racking up credit card debt at a higher rate than older consumers.

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Debt Is Less Of A Burden [AUDIO]

According to third-quarter 2012 figures from the Federal Reserve, American consumers used less than 11 percent of their after-tax income on debt payments. The percentage has not been at a lower level since the early 1980s.

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National Debt Clock Keeps Ticking As Congress, President Debate Deficit
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NJ Residents Getting Buried By State Debt [AUDIO]

State Budget Solutions, a non-partisan advocate for state budget reform has released a new study revealing that state government debt amounts to $13,425 for every American and $37,486 for every private sector worker in this country.

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NJ Residents Still Struggling To Pay Down Debt

Are you still knee deep in debt? Four years after the height of the recession, New Jersey residents say they continue to struggle paying their bills.

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Student Takes Different Approach than Occupy Wall Street Protesters [PHOTO]

A student on Facebook is sharing an alternate way for Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters to try and achieve the 'American Dream'.  OWS protesters are quick to blame Wall Street, the government, etc., but this student hints at someone else to blame...yourself!

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Debt – The New Normal? [AUDIO]

If you lost your job or experienced a decrease in income, would you cut back on spending?

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