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Bailout Plan Wants to Push More Credit On Overloaded Consumers

The average client who seeks help at the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central New York has $47,000 in credit card debt and makes $37,000 a year.

Not surprising, considering that living expenses are going up while wages aren’t rising to match.

“Living expenses have jumped significantly, and people’s income hasn’t kept up,” said Karyn Dettbarn, the credit counseling company’s Albany branch manager. “People are using their credit cards to pay for their expenses.”

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke suggested on Monday that a new economic stimulus package should include increased access to credit for consumers, home buyers and other borrowers.

So we already have consumers that are overloaded with credit and the governments answer to the economic crisis is to make it easier for consumers to get more credit?

Bailout plan to perpetuate our house of cards Times Herald-Record, NY - 56 minutes ago By Christian Livermore The average client who seeks help at the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central New York has $47000 in credit card debt and …

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Source: Bailout plan to perpetuate our house of cards – Times Herald-Record

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