The Credit Crisis and You

by Laura Ellis on October 8, 2008

Wednesday, October 8, 2008
The Credit Crisis and You
The news about our economy is confusing and dire. Banks are failing, and lenders are becoming more cautious. Student loans are harder to come by, and operational costs for businesses are rising. But what does this mean to you, the individual consumer? Has it changed your spending habits or personal financial decisions? And what about that great “standard of living” you’ve been enjoying on those credit cards? How will it trickle down to working class people who don’t have investments in Wall Street? Join us this Wednesday to learn more about what the credit crisis could mean for you.

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