Tag: debt

Student Loans LET’S FIGHT Private Banks Like CitiBank

Student Loans and Private Banks CitiBank student loans bringing you down?  Mine sure are.  Tired of being bullied by private student loan banks such as Citibank student loans?  Yep.  Actually I read a lot of people are.  Therefore I hope

Bromberg’s New Year’s Resolutions

 New Year’s Resolutions I’m an ambitious person. The problem is simply that there are many things that I would like to do in life, but it is difficult to decide which to actually go full force into and make it

Student Loan Debt Near $1 Trillion

I couldn’t believe this as I was typing it: One Trillion Dollars. This is one of those numbers that you either hear about from economists regarding the national debt or maybe a ransom number from a celebrity evil genius. I

Congress Super Committee Begins Deliberations

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The Presidential Debate is a little over a year away and Congress has a new Super Committee in town. Discussions are flaring across the media regarding members and anticipated course of action of the 12 members.

Great Recession Take 2 Coming Soon

America’s economy is in a downward spiral. It went from being stagnant to outright volatile.A recession is defined as a period of temporary economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced. Recession.org states, “Professionals and experts around

Congress Indecision Causes US Credit Rating to Drop

Standard & Poor dropped America’s credit rating from AAA to AA+, claiming the "political brinksmanship" shows American leadership is "less stable, less effective, and less predictable." The recent ambivalence of government officials has made the agency wary of America’s ability

American Dollar Getting Ditched by IMF

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America’s debt crisis is causing the International Monetary Foundation (IMF) to contemplate replacing the United States dollar as the world’s reserve currency. More than the IMF is calling for a change in the global economy. China is also in

Congress and The Debt Deal Destroying America’s Economy

Congress finally did it. The debt ceiling has been raised for the 74th time in United States history. Requiring compromise from the Democrats and Republicans this process has been hard. Now what will happen to the economy?