Wednesday was move-in day at Temple University, and the dorms were buzzing with new freshman and their parents.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us what new graduates can expect when it comes to paying those bills.
What do you do to protect your good credit when tying the knot with someone whose credit is a disaster?
If you’re broke and have no income, call (don’t text) the lender and ask for help.
By Jim Donovan: Like clockwork, each January I have a tendency of doing a lot of credit card related stories. I find that once the holiday credit card bills start coming in, people are more apt […]
By Jim Donovan: Last year as part of finance story, I conducted an interview with a couple that had over $60,000 in credit card debt. It takes a lot to shock me, but I have […]
The economy is tight right now, but a new poll shows given a choice, Americans would rather pay down their debt than contribute to savings.
Chris discusses the decision to move his speech to a joint session of Congress to 7pm next Thursday, he talks to Chris Butler about the AT&T/T-Mobile merger and CBS 3′s Beasley Reese about the Eagles last pre-season game.
With all the economic uncertainty of the last couple weeks, there has been an increasing call for Congress and the White House to forget about summer vacations, return to Washington and do something.
The debt and deficit deal of last week doesn’t solve anything, according to a lawyer and author who says the only hope for the future is to carefully change the Constitution, and not by amendment.
Temple University Financial Director Explains The Negative Impact The Debt Deal Has On Student Loans
The deal on raising the debt limit means the country has enough money to pay its bills. But it could mean that some college students will need more to pay theirs.
Chris discusses liberals in the media turning away from President Obama. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece about Mike Patterson and Hunter Pence and former Chairman of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, Jonathan Newman, about privatizing the state stores.
Chris says the created crisis around the debt ceiling was never the end of the world. He also talks to Seth Everett about the Phillies series in Colorado and the Hunter Pence trade.
Chris gives an overview of the positive and negative reactions to the debt ceiling compromise. He talks to Congressman Pat Meehan and Senator Pat Toomey about which side they are on and to Margaret Hoover about her new book American Individualism.
Chris thinks Republicans should rally around John Boehner’s debt ceiling plan. He examines the cases of a police officer fired for going to a bar while on duty and a teacher reinstated after posting comments about students on her blog. Finally, he talks to Senator Jim Demint about his oppostion to Boehner’s plan.
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