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Beyond the usual week-to-week gyration of data points, there are a number of trends that seem to have real significance for the economy -- and many of these happen to be positive.
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The plans for Internet neutrality stand to increase Internet access costs dramatically.
Starting early can mean larger returns.
Seven in ten college seniors who graduated in 2012 had student loan debt with an average of $29,400.