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Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Can We Really Get Serious About Debt Reduction?
Len Burman, my colleague at the Maxwell School and Moynihan Chair of Public Affairs, has posed five pointed questions about the recommendations of the President's debt reduction commission, along with a very handy synopsis. You can find it here. Len is a nationally-recognized expert on tax and budget issues. Please take a look and join the discussion here, on another blog or website, or with your neighbors and family.
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Debt is the topic that we need to get serious and act as early as now if won't pay our debts we are digging our own grave deeper and deeper the longer the debt stay . So pay it now so that we wont pay 3x later
Hello, just wanted to say, I loved this article. It was practical.
Keep on posting!
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