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Forbes

Does Saving For Retirement Increase Your Debt?
Forbes
Those of us who work on retirement policy sometimes overlook how retirement savings fit into a person's larger financial picture—in particular, how those savings interact with debt. Two questions highlight the connection between savings and debt: Does ...



Business Insider

China's hidden $6 trillion debt pile is an 'iceberg' posing a 'titanic risk'
Business Insider
China may be sitting on a hidden debt pile of as much as 40 trillion yuan ($6 trillion), concealed off-balance-sheet by the country's local governments, according to research from S&P Global Ratings. Many local governments in China raise debt and hold ...
China May Have $5.8 Trillion Hidden Debt, S&P SaysBloomberg

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Rolling Stone

Why Federal Debt Is Damaging
Cato Institute (blog)
Did taxpayers—who will ultimately bear the burden—really consent to that extra debt-financed spending? It is like Dad leaving the kids some cash to buy pizza, and then coming home to find that they also used his credit card to rack up charges on the ...
Mnuchin And Mulvaney Release Joint Statement On Budget Results For Fiscal Year 2018 | U.S. Department of the ...Treasury.gov
McConnell Blames Entitlements, Not GOP, for Rising DeficitsBloomberg
FY 2018 Deficit Was $779 Billion | Committee for a Responsible Federal BudgetCommittee for a Responsible Federal Budget
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Motley Fool

Which Comes First: Debt Payoff or an Emergency Fund?
Motley Fool
But debt repayment can also do wonders for your financial health. And it's hard to get serious about saving cash when you're constantly bleeding it in the form of interest payments. So which of these two important budgeting objectives comes first ...



The Macomb Daily

Stop subsidizing debt
The Macomb Daily
Debt has played a central role in just about every financial debacle in history, from the Dutch tulip mania to the euro crisis that, judging from developments in Italy and Greece, has yet to reach its denouement. It's thus troubling to see that total U ...



Wall Street Journal

Fate of Journalist Heightens Saudi Debt Worries
Wall Street Journal
The Saudi government so far also isn't concerned about its growing debt pile. Appetite from “international investors, demonstrated by their strong demand for our international issuances, has been very high,” the Saudi ministry of finance said in a ...
Oil, debt and Iran: Weapons in any US-Saudi fight over KhashoggiTorrington Register Citizen

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Washington Post

Can Italy's debt monster be controlled?
Washington Post
Just when it seemed safe not to worry about the next financial crisis, up pops Italy. “In Italy, lavish plans may propel next crisis,” warned the New York Times. Or, “Italy's budget rattles financial markets on debt crisis fears,” said Sky News ...

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New York Times

Delayed Obama-Era Rule on Student Debt Relief Is to Take Effect
New York Times
A long-delayed federal rule intended to protect student loan borrowers who were defrauded by their schools went into effect on Tuesday, after a judge rejected an industry challenge and the Education Department ended efforts to stall it any longer. The ...
Judge unblocks Obama rule on student debt relief after delays by DeVosCNN
ITT Tech: The for-profit college that went up in smokeCNNMoney
Corinthian Colleges is out of money and drowning in debtCNNMoney
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BBC News

Welsh parents owe thousands in school dinner debts
BBC News
Parents in Wales owed more than £400,000 in unpaid school dinner debts at the end of last year, figures have shown. In seven Welsh authorities, the debt has leapt by nearly 90% in the space of five years. Rowan Davies, of website Mumsnet, said schools ...



Bloomberg

The Student Loan Debt Crisis Is About to Get Worse
Bloomberg
Federal student loans are the only consumer debt segment with continuous cumulative growth since the Great Recession. As the costs of tuition and borrowing continue to rise, the result is a widening default crisis that even Fed Chairman Jerome Powell ...


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