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living with money
What I Wish I’d Done In My 20s To Have More Money In My 30s
Please make better decisions than I did.
science of us
How to Cope When Debt Damages Your Mental Health
Advice on handling the emotional toll of money.
The Trump Economy Is a Gilded Mediocrity
Five reasons why the American economy is far weaker than mainstream commentary suggests.
The Collections-Agency Partner Who Knows There’s No Such Thing As an Unpaid Bill
“Every debt gets paid, one way or another. They get paid by either you, the debtor, your next door neighbor, or everybody else by way of paying more.”
How Can I Pay Off My Credit-Card Debt?
I’m so sick of it following me around.
Obamacare Is Reducing Medical Debt
Socialized medicine works, according to economists’ estimates.
Horace and Pete
Put Louis C.K. Millions in Debt
He’s sounds chill about it, though.
Employers Are Offering Student-Loan Aid As a Benefit
Today in great ideas.
love and money
Getting Financially Naked With Your Partner
Why you shouldn’t keep your number a secret.
Ask Polly: I’m Homesick But I Can’t Move Home!
Every location on the planet has its particular indignities.
Scientists Discover Student Loans Are Stressful
New research links the debt with poorer psychological health.
3 New York Women on What They Really Earn — and Spend
Debt, rent, and nights out.
Obama’s Student-Debt Move May Improve Mental Health in the U.S.
We still don’t know as much as we should about the link between debt and mental-health issues, but there are some warning signs there.
death and taxes
16 Women on How They’re Dealing With Debt
In honor of (or in spite of) tax day.
John Heilemann on
: The Post-Fiscal Cliff Fights
Time for more cuts.
Former Huntsman Staffers and Vendors Furious Over Unpaid Bills
Campaign debts include a $356,000 bill for an ad-maker.
Stiffs Stanley Tucci, and Just About Everyone Else
We guess winos and money really don’t mix.
Republican Budget Offer: Still Nothing
rejects a rather conservative Democratic proposal out of hand.
An Indonesian Man Died During Citibank Debt Collection
for the bank in the world’s largest Muslim country.
China Might Be Just As Screwed As We Are
Why our downgrade has them really, really worried.
Harry Reid Will Give GOP Senators a Chance to Show Their Enthusiasm for Cutting Medicare
He’s loving this.
Americans Still Don’t Want to Cut Anything We Actually Spend Money On
Obama on Mediscaring, Then and Now
Then: Let’s not scare old people about our Medicare proposals. Now: Paul Ryan hates your grandma.
How They’re Reacting to Obama’s Budget Speech
Liberals: “Great!” Conservatives: “Biggest pile of trash ever.”
President Obama Explains Why His Plan Is Better Than Paul Ryan’s
Also: why government is good!
Students: You Will Be in Debt Forever Unless You Write a Best-Selling Book
And even then you could get screwed.
The Rise of the Budget Fundamentalists
When the need for spending cuts becomes a religious belief.
Conservatives Angle for Huge Budget Cuts [Update]
Republicans are finding they can’t please everybody.
Talk Box: Tax-Cut Extension Would Lead to More Borrowing From China
’s ‘Countdown’ investigates the huge amounts the
will have to borrow from countries like China and Russia.
Republicans Already Out of Ideas to Reduce the National Debt
Two party leaders can’t name a single thing the
The Global Debt Crisis Is the New Cold War
The furor over Greece is just one of many small panics we can expect to see in the coming years.
Still Bleeding Money, Gordon Ramsay Looks to Malaysia
Plus, is Indian food the next big thing?
The Many Diplomatic Faces of Hillary Clinton
How our secretary of State deftly adapted to every situation as she traveled the world.
Sumner Redstone Not So Adamant About Keeping CBS Anymore
It’s amazing what a little $800 million impending debt payment will eventually do to a man.