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 How to maintain a High Credit Score?
Just recently [last month] I paid a lump sum to finish paying off my last credit card. Now I find myself not knowing exactly what to do in order to maintain the Credit Score of over 700 I currently ...

 Is there anything you can do about ripped up money?
A friend owed me money and paid in cash.

MY DOG A.T.E THE MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HE FREAKING ATE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If I had bold and underline, I'd be using it to the ...

 How much is your income per year and your College degree?

 When I die what will happen to my debt?

 Why do women want to stay at home in a society that is so expensive?
It takes a lot to support just one person, why do women insist on staying at home and having 2-5 kids while the husband works? Don't men find this to be a lot of pressure?
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 Are there any safe and reliable sites where I can earn cash taking surveys or anything else?

 How long does it take to get the First Time Homebuyer credit back?
OK, I know you can file an amended 2008 return and get the First Time Homebuyers $8,000 tax credit this year. Has anyone done it? Got the money back yet? I'm closing June 19, I've heard it ...

 Swift transfer lost?
I have a similar case, I did a wire transfer using bank of america in baltimore MD johns hopkins branch to my own account in India using SWIFT codes. I was told that india is a slow to pay country ...

 are you trying to make as much money as you possibly can?
are you trying to become a ...

 Should I pay off my HELOC of fixed interest rate?
I have a second mortgage HELOC of $25,000 for 12 years with an 8% fixed interest rate. A year has already gone, 11 more to go. Say I have $10,000 available, would paying off some of my HELOC debt be ...

US economy sheds 700,000 jobs in February

The US lost 697,000 jobs last month, according to a national employment report published Wednesday by payroll giant Automatic Data Processing Inc. and consultancy Macroeconomic Advisers.

The Dow Jones Newswires survey forecasted around 630,000 jobs lost making the nearly 700,000 jobs lost an uncomforting reality. The job losses in January were revised to 614,000 jobs lost, compared to initial figures of 522,000.

The gloomy reality doesn’t end there, TrimTabs Investment Research said it estimated that the U.S. economy lost 778,000 jobs in February. If comes April figures are revised upwards again, the real job losses could start nearing 1,000,000.

The first three months of 2009, saw over 2,000,000 Americans lose their jobs. If the trend continues like this then 2009 could see a total loss of 8,000,000 jobs.

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