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December 2012 Archives

Legislation would ban credit card companies from colleges

In this tough economy, many recent college graduates in Tennessee and Georgia are struggling with high student loan and credit card payments. Now one state is taking steps to prevent students from getting in over their heads with credit card debt. The east coast state's legislature recently approved a bill that would ban credit card companies from marketing to students on the campuses of public colleges. The bill awaits the governor's signature.

Movement tries to help Chattanooga residents with debt relief

Chattanooga residents may have heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement that was big in the news some months ago. Now however, they can get a more local experience with the group, since there is now an offshoot right in Chattanooga, trying to help residents with much needed debt relief.

Movement tries to help Chattanooga residents with debt relief

Chattanooga residents may have heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement that was big in the news some months ago. Now however, they can get a more local experience with the group, since there is now an offshoot right in Chattanooga, trying to help residents with much needed debt relief.

Credit card debt is rising at a time when it should be dropping

As Chattanooga residents know, it's the season when gift buying is at its peak and savings are at an all-time low. It is also a time when credit card debt will be increasing, which means some people may be taking on financial challenges they simply cannot afford.

Hostess to file for Bankruptcy, 18,500 people to lose their jobs

As many people in Chattanooga unfortunately know, whenever a large company is forced to file for bankruptcy, it is always inevitable that many workers will face financial challenges. Some workers in this struggling economy may have no choice but to file for personal bankruptcy after losing their jobs because new ones are still hard to find.

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