Let's face it, our economy here in the U.S. is in trouble. As a nation, and as individuals, we've out-spent our means and overextended our lives while saving less than ever before in history. And after decades of being inflated, it appears our economy is entering a readjustment period. This isn't, necessarily, a bad thing. Yes, people will lose jobs, companies will go under and houses will foreclose.
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