Interesting Personal Debt News Links (March 07, 2009)

March 7, 2009

* Homeowner deductions could be at risk (Kenneth R. Harney, Seattle Times)

* Roseville City district sees spike in enrollment (Walter Yost, Sacramento Bee)

* Rules set for cutting payments on mortgages (Holden Lewis, Scripps Howard News Service)

* Now Hiring: TARP, FCPA Cops Looking For a Few Good Lawyers (Ashby Jones, Wall Street Journal)

* KINDERGARTEN (The Vindicator)

* Athletic Club Owners to Fight Foreclosure (Worth Sparkman, Arkansas Business)

* Switching your mortgage can sometimes work (The Irish Independent)

* Affordability hits 40-year high in housing market (Seattle Times)

* Why the Bank of England may have just signed free banking’s death warrant (David Prosser, The Independent Online)

* RBS criticised for not dropping rates after Bank of England cuts (Myra Butterworth, Telegraph)


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