It’s not a Banking Problem
Posted on May 25th, 2011
This article is good because it talks about Household and Consumer Debt as the underlying problem with our financial problems, not the banking regulations.
I happen to agree personal consumer debt has been a huge problem for our country and will continue to be a major factor in the next crisis.
What can you do?
Get your personal debt under control and as low as possible. If you need help with strategies around this, please let me know me.
LINK TO FULL ARTICLE
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