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Investors in the once-beleaguered Thaxton Group define fiscal cliff in another way.
Hopefully in three weeks, those investors who saw their life savings disappear will finally be able to step back from the brink of that cliff.
They will finally get all their money back, plus a little more.
The car-title lender and insurance company specializing in high-risk loans, which filed for bankruptcy nine years ago, is on target to pay off 100 percent of its debt, plus a dividend by the end of the year, said company President and CEO Robert Dunn.
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