U.S. consumer confidence falls as payroll-tax hike hits income:

01/30/2013 | USA Today

The Conference Board said its consumer-confidence index fell to 58.6 in January, the lowest reading since November 2011. Americans became less optimistic about the future after a payroll-tax increase took effect at the beginning of the month and reduced take-home pay, Conference Board economist Lynn Franco said.

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