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# Clue
1. Item in the red
2. N.Y.C. problem
3. I.o.u. cause
4. Loan, e.g.
5. Arrearage
6. One of America's problems
7. Antonio's worry
8. Financial headache
9. U.S.A. problem
10. This may cause vigorish
11. Fiscal concern
12. National U.S. problem
13. National problem
14. Large U.S. problem
15. Corporate problem
16. Financial worry
17. Chapterconcern
18. Card balance
19. Result of some sprees
20. What a marker indicates
21. You're strapped when you're in it
22. Corporate woe
23. Chapterissue
24. Balance due
25. It may be something of great interest
26. Cardholder's problem
27. Unpaid group of 7-Down
28. Thing often of interest?
29. Ower's onus
30. Silent-letter obligation
31. Chapter 11 cause
32. Pound of flesh, e.g.
33. Item in red
34. Borrowing burden
35. Outstanding amount
36. A matter of interest?
37. It's sought by a collector
38. Visa balance, for example
39. Balance on a card, say
40. It may lead to bankruptcy
41. Spendthrift's hangover
42. Student loan, e.g.
43. Clancy's "___ of Honor"
44. It could be something of great interest
45. Obligatory note
46. You can get it with a credit card
47. Deadbeat's avoidance
48. Governmental worry
49. Credit card consequence
50. Item always in the red
51. National problem, at times
52. Binge consequence, maybe
53. Marker, maybe
54. Something to seek relief from
55. Owed money
56. Charging result
57. It'll cost you to be in it
58. The red, so to speak
59. Fiscal cliff concern
60. It's often acquired with a new house
61. Money you owe
62. Plastic user's concern
63. Financial burden
64. Financial millstone
65. Red condition?
66. Balancing problem
67. Outstanding figure
68. Student loans, e.g.
69. Why Little Dorrit's father is imprisoned
70. Indentured servant's problem
71. Gambler's problem
72. Suze Orman topic
73. It's bad when it's outstanding
74. Visa balance, e.g.
75. Net assets deduction
76. Creditor's concern
77. What IOUs acknowledge
78. Chapter 11 issue
79. Net worth factor
80. Balance due, e.g.
81. Unpaid loan, e.g.
82. It's tough to be in a lot of it
83. Result of a dough shortage?
84. Bankruptcy factor
85. Credit report item
86. Not a good thing to go into
87. Chapter 11 factor
88. Collector's target
89. Dough shortage consequence
90. Outstanding credit
91. Common borrowing result
92. It's composed of balances
93. Loan application section
94. Many a college graduate's burden
95. Card balance, say
96. National __
97. Financial obligation
98. Credit-card balance, e.g.
99. What bonds signify
100. Loan, for instance
101. What red ink signifies
102. Bill balance
103. IOU subject
104. What a note signifies
105. Asset's opposite
106. Red ink
107. It may be outstanding
108. Obligation to pay off
109. What the peddler owes?
110. What markers may represent
111. Natl. Safe Toys and Gifts Mo.
112. After-dinner request
113. Coffee for bedtime
114. Read a New Book Mo.
115. Certain joe
116. Go bad, as teeth
117. Advent mo.
118. Present time?: Abbr.
119. Society add-ons
120. Lender, legally speaking
121. What shy people often have
122. Kwanzaa time: Abbr.
123. Main mo. in so-called "Oscar season"
124. Tony Blair's period as British P.M., e.g.
125. Creditor, in financial jargon
126. One subject to imprisonment, in Dickens's day
127. From quite a while back
128. World AIDS Day mo.
129. Late-night Starbucks choice
130. Like Oxfords / Sticker
131. Insomniac's order
132. Hold as an opinion
133. '-- Dinah' ('58 hit)
134. Inferior grade
135. 1920s-'30s art style
136. Type of "Lite," in early '90s?
137. That old familiar feeling
138. Sen. Carper's state: abbr.
139. Many a Felix Salten character
140. Blow star
141. Vino vessel
142. Approximately 3,652 days
143. Busy month for the USPS
144. Mo. for turquoise
145. Owed dough
146. What a credit card holder may rack up
147. Side of a ledger
148. Reason for an I.O.U.
149. In ___: owing
150. It may be run up at Christmastime
151. What bonds represent
152. Reason for an IOU
153. Cause of red ink
154. It's owed
155. Economic burden
156. Fiscal shortfall
157. Insolvency cause
158. $277-billion item
159. I.O.U. matter
160. Something owed
161. Rosa Parks Day mo.
162. 10-Down recipient
163. Correct code
164. Exposes, as a false claim
165. Get off the Greyhound
166. 1936 Chemistry Nobelist Peter
167. Mo. of the year
168. Obligation
169. It's outstanding
170. Major U.S. export
171. Arrears
172. ___ ceiling
173. College ___
174. Visa charge
175. Borrower's burden
176. Delinquent's problem
177. Money due
178. Overcharging concern?
179. It's due on the day of reckoning
180. Thing of interest?
181. Credit card woe
182. An obligation
183. Reason for imprisonment, once
184. ___ of gratitude
185. Balance sheet item
186. ___ of honor
187. Burden
188. You may get into it while shopping
189. Credit card bills, e.g.
190. Bankruptcy cause
191. Amount owed
192. Credit card balance, e.g.
193. What shoppers may go into
194. Figure in red
195. Cardholder's woe
196. It's not good when it's outstanding
197. Creation from plastic?
198. Money owed
199. Government worry
200. Corporate concern
201. Cause for Chapter 11
202. Credit's opposite
203. National ___
204. Charger's acquisition
205. Chapter 11 concern
206. Border on (4)
207. Bewilder (4)
208. Immorality
209. Liability
210. The national burden
211. What's owing
212. "A prolific mother of folly and of crime " per Benjamin Disraeli
213. "I.O.U.S.A." subject
214. "Net assets" deduction
215. "The hole"
216. "___: The First 5 000 Years " David Graeber history of money
217. '90s game show where players competed to "pay off all their bills and go home with nothing!"
218. 1990s Wink Martindale game show that paid off contestants' obligations
219. 2012 campaign issue
220. 99% issue
221. America exports a ton of it
222. Amount in an i.o.u.
223. An IOU implies it
224. Any credit card balance
225. Around 6 trillion bucks for the U.S.
226. Arrears item
227. Auto loans and credit card balances
228. Bad thing to run up
229. Balance due e.g.
230. Balance on a card say
231. Balance owed
232. Balance sheet minus
233. Balance-sheet item
234. Bar tab e.g.
235. Binge consequence maybe
236. Binge consequence perhaps
237. Bond e.g.
238. Bond e.g. for a company
239. Borrowing consequence
240. Budgetary concern
241. Burden for more than forty-four million American students
242. Card balance say
243. Cardholder's burden
244. Cause of bankruptcy
245. Certain collector's concern
246. Chapter 11 topic
247. Chit
248. Chit subject
249. Collector's item
250. Collector's item?
251. Collectors of it don't typically keep what they collect
252. College graduate's concern
253. College student's accumulation
254. Compulsive gambler's woe often
255. Concern of a certain ceiling
256. Consumer pitfall
257. Credit card abuser's woe
258. Credit card balance
259. Credit card balance e.g.
260. Credit card bills e.g.
261. Credit card buildup
262. Credit card figure
263. Credit card problem
264. Credit card result
265. Credit card worry
266. Credit-card balance e.g.
267. Credit-card woe
268. Current national all-time record
269. Dough you owe
270. Due
271. Economic concern
272. Factor affecting a bond's rating
273. Financial liability
274. Fiscal issue
275. Focus of a current U.S. government crisis
276. Focus of ongoing U.S. government concern
277. Gambler's problem often
278. Gambler's woe
279. Game show once hosted by Wink Martindale
280. Good thing to get out of
281. Graduate's burden
282. Hole to be dug out of?
283. I.o.u.
284. I.o.u. e.g.
285. IOU
286. IOU item.
287. If it's outstanding it's really not good
288. In ___ (owing money)
289. Interest-ing topic?
290. It can put one in a hole?
291. It definitely costs to be in it
292. It gets owed fast
293. It may be assumed
294. It may be consolidated
295. It may be crushing
296. It may be forgiven
297. It might be consolidated
298. It might be guaranteed
299. It might be rescheduled
300. It needs to be paid off
301. It's indicated in red
302. It's nice when it's forgiven
303. It's not wonderful if it's outstanding
304. It's often seen in red
305. It's sometimes forgiven
306. Kind of ceiling
307. Kind of crisis
308. Kind of financing
309. Ledger listing
310. Liability.
311. Loan e.g.
312. Loan for instance
313. Major American export
314. Many a college graduate's woe
315. Many a student's burden
316. Many a student's woe
317. Marker
318. Marker maybe
319. Matter of great interest for the United States
320. Money can wipe it out
321. Money destroys it
322. Money owed to record company
323. Mortgage e.g.
324. Most everyone's in it nowadays
325. National ___.
326. National concern
327. National figure.
328. National problem at times
329. Not an asset
330. Number in red
331. Obligation to the company store
332. Obligation.
333. Outstanding bill
334. Overcharging condition?
335. Overcharging result
336. Owed amount
337. Part of a financial statement
338. Pay-off target
339. Pileup after digging a hole
340. Places to gamble: Abbr.
341. Plastic money
342. Plastic user's burden
343. Pound of flesh
344. Pound of flesh e.g.
345. Problem for the bottom line
346. Reason for imprisonment once
347. Red cents?
348. Red figure
349. Red ink amount
350. Red ink entry
351. Red ink signifies it
352. Red ink so to speak
353. Red item
354. Red numbers
355. Red state?
356. Red-ink entry
357. Restructuring target
358. Result of charging
359. Result of taking credit
360. Savings obstacle
361. Score
362. Sin: Theol.
363. Sleep ___ (busy student's woe)
364. Some are up to their ears in this
365. Something a shopaholic might be in
366. Something to pay
367. Something to stay on top of
368. Student loan e.g.
369. Student loans e.g.
370. Student loans for instance
371. Student woe
372. Subject of "Bills Bills Bills"
373. Subject of interest
374. Subtraction to obtain net worth
375. Tab
376. The U.S. has over $20 trillion of it
377. The ___ ceiling
378. The national ___.
379. The Red
380. The red perhaps
381. The red so to speak
382. Thing owed
383. Thing requiring a payoff
384. U.S. problem
385. Unpaid balance
386. Unpaid bill
387. Unpaid credit card bills e.g.
388. Unpaid loan e.g.
389. Visa balance
390. Visa balance e.g.
391. Visa balance for example
392. Visa concern
393. What a borrower carries
394. What an IOU signifies
395. What bankruptcy discharges
396. What many college students accrue
397. What many collegians graduate with
398. What may grow with interest
399. What one may be ridden with
400. What red ink symbolizes
401. Word after "sleep" or "national"
402. Word with ceiling or financing
403. You can pay your way out of it
404. You may get into it while making purchases
405. You pay this
406. ___ relief
407. Fiscal problem
408. Concomitant of credit
409. It might be forgiven
410. If it's outstanding, it's really not good
411. Old-time jail for deadbeats
412. IOUs
413. Plastic products?
414. With 30 Down work by 20 Across
415. Mortgage e.g.
416. They pile up
417. Expose
418. Calendar mo.
419. Clean up, as a computer program
420. One in the red
421. Consumer woes
422. One with charges against him?
423. New homeowner, probably
424. Spendthrift's comeuppance
425. Creditor
426. One in the hole
427. Borrowers' burdens
428. One with obligations
429. Shopaholic's accumulation
430. Remove errors from code
431. It's often paid back
432. Fixing code
433. Financially solvent
434. Mortgages, e.g.
435. Grounds for a good night's sleep?
436. L'Enfant Prodigue composer
437. Universal Human Rights mo.
438. Numerical prefix
439. Borrower
440. Ten, for openers
441. It's a first
442. Christmas mo.
443. Fourth qtr. ender
444. Fix, as software
445. Coming-out party
446. Transfer
447. Pour, as wine
448. Ten: Prefix
449. Canine's woe?
450. Introduction
451. Prefix with -hedron
452. Adroit
453. Literary oceans
454. Exploit
455. Actress Ruby
456. Furnishings
457. Billy -- Williams
458. GPA spoiler
459. Feat
460. Opt
461. Exploits
462. Lessen
463. Bing Crosby's record label
464. Half a score
465. Morally corrupt
466. Coming out
467. End of the yr.
468. Prefix meaning "ten"
469. Grand opening
470. Introduction to the public
471. Belle of the ball
472. Cal. page
473. I.o.u., e.g.
474. Reason for 55-Down's rebellion
475. Exposed as false
476. Holiday mo.
477. Fix a computer program
478. Datebook abbr.
479. Clean up, as code
480. Bills to pay
481. This note is legal tender for all ___, public and private (words on U.S. bills)
482. Make operational, in a way
483. Show to be false
484. Chits, in effect
485. Creditor.
486. Ten-angled, ten-sided figure.
487. The national burden.
488. One under obligation to another.
489. Red figure.
490. Obligations.
491. Forgive us our ___ . . .
492. Something on the cuff.
493. ___ limit.
494. Amounts in the red.
495. Sin, in theology.
496. Treasury problem.
497. Owed: Obs.
498. As we forgive our ___.
499. Man of notes.
500. Trespasses.
501. First appearance.
502. Make operational: Colloq.
503. Actor's big day.
504. Unpaid credit card bills, e.g.
505. Red ink item
506. Something on the cuff
507. ___ limit
508. I O U
509. Sin, in theology
510. Sin: Theol
511. The national ___
512. IOU item
513. $-billion item
514. IOU matter
515. Credit card balance, say
516. Sum of money owed to another