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Report cites good news for employment and home prices, despite fears of federal government's 'fiscal cliff' impasse

Published: Friday, Dec. 28 2012 7:23 a.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

We have every right to be concerned that our congress is going to fail us again and be blackmailed by the president with threats and intimidation if the American people don't give him a bigger expense account for his numerous 20 million dollar vacations.

The best thing for censurers is get rid of credit and debit and ATM cards and learn how to budget their own finances. And its the only chance consumers have to keep from drowning in their own ignorance. Forget credit scores, cash economy is immune to credit ratings and debt and you get to keep all of your income from your employer. Unlike business, consumers cannot deduct banking fees and charges or $400/mo cell phone and technology costs on the tax returns which is almost like doubling your incomes.

Consumer secularist is easy to get if you end your debt wish.

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