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Series:In the Balance  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 

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Despite aggressive deleveraging, generation X remains \\"generation debt\\"

In the Balance , Issue 9 , Pages 1-3

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Household Wealth is at a Post-WWII High: Should We Celebrate or Worry?

In the Balance , Issue 17 , Pages 1-3

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Shifting fortunes: wealth trends in the Federal Reserve’s survey of consumer finances

Short essays related to research on understanding and strengthening the balance sheets of American households.
In the Balance , Issue 1

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The Middle Class May Be Under More Pressure Than You Think

In the Balance , Issue 11 , Pages 1-4

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Unsteady progress: income trends in the Federal Reserve's survey of consumer finances

Short essays related to research on understanding and strengthening the balance sheets of American households.
In the Balance , Issue 2

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Cash on Hand Is Critical for Avoiding Hardship

Should more families be encouraged to hold a liquidity buffer even if it means incurring more debt in the short-term?
In the Balance , Issue 18 , Pages 1-3

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The Importance of Wealth is Growing

In the Balance , Issue 13 , Pages 1-3

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Parents’ Wealth Helps Explain Racial Disparities in Student Loan Debt

The student loans black students are taking out to finance college may be contributing to racial wealth gaps.
In the Balance , Issue 19 , Pages 1-3

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Bankruptcy Rules and “Medicaid Churn” Affect Saving of Families Planning for Medical Bills

The use of bankruptcy to avoid medical bills and the sometimes transient nature of Medicaid play a role in low-income families? decisions about saving.
In the Balance , Issue 21 , Pages 1-5

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Why Didn't Higher Education Protect Hispanic and Black Wealth?

In the Balance , Issue 12 , Pages 1-3

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