This Week in Financial Blunders: Rent and Tacos

This Week in Financial Blunders: Rent and Tacos

Rudolph, Frosty and Santa are all timeless holiday stories that you’re probably sick of hearing. In the midst of the most wonderful time of the year, a dash of reality could be exactly what you need to avoid suffocating from holiday cheer. That’s why in This Week in Financial Blunders we’re focusing on two blunders far, far away from holiday spirit in terms of financial burdens and refusing to pay for tacos. You’ll see; just read on!

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This Week in Financial Blunders: Junk Food

This Week in Financial Blunders: Junk Food

The biggest financial blunder one can do in their personal life is typically junk food-related. That late night fast food run, pizza order or tub of ice cream always sounds like a great idea at the time, but it ends up thinning out the wallet and plumping your waist line. That’s why, in this edition of This Week in Financial Blunders, we focus on business struggle in the world of junk food.

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Defaults, Debt Ceilings and How They Could Impact You

Defaults, Debt Ceilings and How They Could Impact You

As the president, the Senate and the House of Representatives attempt to reach a deal on the federal budget, another issue looms over Washington, D.C. Current projections indicate that the United States will reach its debt ceiling around the middle of October. Without an increase, there could be more financial consequences for the government of the United States.

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