October 2011
Hill;10/24/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 145, p9
The article focuses on the negative evaluation regarding the personal finances of adults in the U.S., in which it shows that 48 percent of them said that their finances were getting worst from 41 percent in April 2011 and only 29 percent said it was getting better from the 41 percent in April 2011.


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