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Paul Ryan budget plan dead in the Senate

Mar 29, 2012
The GOP casts itself as the party of fiscal discipline. The Paul Ryan budget blueprint does not close deficits until around 2040.
Posted In: Paul Ryan, budget
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Bracing for baby

Mar 2, 2012
Kids are expensive! Author Carmen Wong Ulrich discusses the serious financial decisions to-be parents should be thinking about.
Posted In: budget, baby, children, carmen wong ulrich, childcare, college, diapers
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Piggy for a personal finance paragon

Mar 2, 2012
Jacqueline Byers' salary is in the low $40,000 range, but she budgets, tracks her spending and saves up for what she really loves -- travel.
Posted In: Savings, save, budget, Travel, piggy
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Trying to save missions to Mars

Feb 27, 2012
Mars researchers are meeting with NASA today to figure out if there's a way to pay for future trips to the red planet.
Posted In: mars, space, space exploration, NASA, budget
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What Americans think about President Obama's budget

Feb 16, 2012
Do Americans agree with President Obama's latest budget proposal? Gallup's editor-in-chief Frank Newport explains what Americans want the government to cut and spend more money on.
Posted In: federal budget, obama budget, Barack Obama, budget
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The Obama Administration wants to beef up investigations of online piracy

Feb 14, 2012
Not everything in the budget is being cut
Posted In: Obama, budget
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Don't sweat your daily latte

Jan 20, 2012
Author Ramit Sethi discusses why fretting about small expenditures is a waste of time and energy. And why it's better to concentrate your energies elsewhere.
Posted In: frugality, spending, latte, Money, budget
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The saving dilemma

Jan 20, 2012
Commentator Felix Click describes how tough it can be to enjoy your money when you're used to scrimping and saving.
Posted In: Saving, frugality, Money, budget, spending
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Taxes and budgeting go together

Dec 21, 2011
A budget is a good way to get control of our finances.
Posted In: Budgeting, budget, Taxes
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Euro debt crisis a threat to British security

Dec 15, 2011
If the euro collapses, Britain's economy could shrink by up to 8 percent. That could have a big effect on the country's defense spending.
Posted In: defense, budget, Britain

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