Deal Leaves Consumers with Questions

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Deal Leaves Consumers with Questions

Aug 01, 2011

The U.S. government may have averted a default but for the average consumer, the messy negotiations that it took to get a deal and the remaining possibility of a credit downgrade for the country, remain threats to their own financial stability. Eleanor Blayney[, CFP®] is the consumer advocate at the CFP Board. View the video >

Bobbi Rebell
August 1, 2011

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