Back 2 Basics: 12 Tips for Improving Financial Well-Being, Reducing Debt and Increasing Net Worth

Back 2 Basics

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The good news is that American households have a total net worth of $85.2 trillion. The bad news is that most families are still behind where they were financially in 2007. In a recent survey, over half of Americans said they had less than $1,000 in their checking and savings accounts combined.

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