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Seven of the 12 major appropriations bills that set federal spending - including those that govern the budgets of the Departments of Defense, Health and Human Services and Transportation - still haven't passed Congress.
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May was a terrible month for most TSP investors as the Dow had its worst month in 70 years. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has six suggestions that are almost certain to calm you down and increase your net worth. The trick is figuring out which of the six works for you.
Would you be willing to kick in part of your salary to help reduce the national debt? A reader suggested it and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey popped the question and boy, did people respond!