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(KSL News) American consumers are learning to cut back in the face of an economic slowdown. But just as we seem to get a tighter grip on budgets, costs go up again.
A new study today from the Center for American Progress reveals more people are dipping into 401K retirement plans to get by.
Research shows annual borrowing from those plans jumped from $6 billion in 1989 to $31 billion in 2004.
Certified financial planner Thom Hall joined us this evening in Talking Point to discuss how to survive in these troubled economic conditions.
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