If you're depressed and anxious, or your physical health is poor, a new study says it might closely be related to your debt.
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For some time now, we've had good success drawing on the decades from the 1950s through the 1990s for our retro. Some bolder types have even made some use of the 1890s and 1920s--
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For a decade, starting in the mid-1990s, the Federal Reserve kept interest rates too low and expanded the money supply too quickly. Their theory was that, as long as consumer pric
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Note: I'm writing this short post to solicit advice from fellow bloggers and readers, rather than to offer much fruitful advice. [more]
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