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News Flash: Credit Card Reform Bill Gets Nod From the House

  • The House passed a bill that would limit surprise interest-rate increases and fees for credit-card users, but it still faces Senate approval and won't be reviewed until the bailout plan has been finalized. — Reuters
  • Is your head spinning from all of the recent economic news? Here are 15 things you should know about what's gone down. — Kiplinger
  • How the really wealthy cut back: postponed plastic surgery, cheaper help, and less pretentious parties. — The Wall Street Journal


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ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i think that we're finally seeing a change for the better in the way that financial companies manage things - since they have to realize that if they don't play nice - then they aren't going to recoup their money and that's just not helping anyone. i wish that i were really wealthy so that one of the things that i could pare back on with spending is delaying plastic surgery. if that was the least of my woes!
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