Many have complained about a seeming disconnect between political debate and the plight of everyday American’s hit by the recession. Questions such as the following can be heard or read on every news and broadcast medium throughout the states:
“Will the US raise its debt ceiling?”
“Will the tax cuts for the rich be extended?”
“Will the price of gas continue to increase?”
Not to say that these questions aren’t important, but as the unemployment rate holds steady above 9 percent and the real rate of unemployment is over 16 percent people are less concerned about taxes, debt ceilings, and gas prices than they are concerned about keeping their jobs or finding one. So with that in mind, I wanted to dedicate this article to those who are unemployed by giving them some financial tips/strategies to employ in this hard economic market.
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