Kit Yarrow

Golden Gate University

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Almost 80% of tax filers get refunds. Why? And what do they do with the money?

What Do We Do with Our Tax Refunds?

Almost 80% of tax filers get refunds. Why? And what do they do with the money?

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American consumer confidence rose this month to its highest level since before the credit markets’ crash late last year.

With Consumer Confidence Up, Have We Finally Bottomed Out?

American consumer confidence rose this month to its highest level since before the credit markets’ crash late last year.

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What with rising gasoline prices and the sub-prime mortgage crisis, there have been grim predictions about holiday shipping.  Retailers are braced for the worst, but there could be…

Despite Gloomy Forecasts, Will Shoppers Let Loose Anyway?

What with rising gasoline prices and the sub-prime mortgage crisis, there have been grim predictions about holiday shipping.  Retailers are braced for the worst, but there could be…

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