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The holidays are a time of indulgence. You eat a few more Christmas cookies than you probably should, have one more glass of wine, and give yourself a few days off to do nothing but enjoy the company … [Read more...] about 5 Tips To Help You Stay Out Of Debt This Holiday Season
Photo courtesy of Deloitte 2017 Holiday Survey The 2017 holiday shopping season is set to be a good one for retailers, as the rise in personal income and consumer confidence will likely push … [Read more...] about Big Spending, Big Debt Predicted for 2017 Holiday Season
NASA/NOAA GOES Project On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. It wreaked havoc across the island, leaving almost none of Puerto Rico unscathed. By the time … [Read more...] about How Hurricane Maria Exacerbated Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis
Your wedding day can feel like something out of a movie or a fairytale, filled with unreal moments of joy and memories so incredible that you can barely believe they happened to you. Unfortunately, … [Read more...] about Am I Responsible For My Spouse’s Credit Card Debt?
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Americans, today, have never been in so much debt. The level of consumer debt in America has risen dramatically over the last decade, particularly in the last couple of years. With the economy … [Read more...] about Debt Repayment Strategies for Struggling Families
There are many reasons to go into debt, some better than others. Taking on an affordable mortgage, for example, can enable you to buy a home that you couldn't afford to buy otherwise. Taking out a … [Read more...] about Regional Friday: Do You Know Which State Has The Highest Debt?
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Most Americans believe debt is necessary. In fact, 7 out of 10 expressed this belief in a recent study by the Pew Charitable Trusts. Another 85% admitted to utilizing debt to live beyond their means. … [Read more...] about How Debt Is Killing The American Dream
Americans are dangerously close to reaching a household debt level that rivals the levels during the financial meltdown of 2008. According to this report, total household debt grew by an enormous $226 … [Read more...] about 9 Ways To Save And Repay Debt
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