July 7, 2011

Happy 2nd Anniversary, Economic Recovery

This is one anniversary few feel like celebrating.  Two years after economists say the Great Recession ended, the recovery has been the weakest and most lopsided […]
June 28, 2011

Student Loans 101: Paying off Debt

You’ve graduated. Congratulations! Now what about those student loans? The average graduate this year has $24,000 in loans – but many have nearly $75,000. Don’t even […]
June 22, 2011

Retirement at Age 80?

Americans better get used to working longer, even until they are 80 years old, according to a study by the Employee Research Benefit Institute (via Robert […]
June 14, 2011

What's It Worth?

The Monetary Value Of A Happy Marriage Economists David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald calculated the “compensation value” of life events like employment and marriage by surveying […]
June 7, 2011

5 Uncommon Ways to Raise Your Credit Score

Most consumers know the drill when cultivating their credit score – pay on time, try to wipe out the balance every month and never close too […]
May 31, 2011

Get Out of Town! Americans Suffer from Vacation Deficit Disorder

Americans work 100 more hours per year than the Japanese. We’re also the only country in the world that doesn’t require paid vacation leave. In his […]
May 24, 2011

Uptick in Corporate Fraud – Protect Your Business

When it comes to survival, corporate fraud seems to be as invincible as the cockroach. Despite increased legislative attention focused on putting a stop to Foreign […]
May 17, 2011


Saldutti Law, LLC is pleased to be the first successful creditor firm in the state to petition the Chancery Division Court in Atlantic County for a […]
May 10, 2011


Consumer spending habits are sure to be affected by rising food and gas costs. A report by Citi’s Jeff Black gives us the breakdown of spending […]