We all make financial mistakes from time to time; but rarely do we consider or talk about how our emotions can lead us into (or deeper into) credit card debt.
The U.S. Congress abolished debtors’ prisons in 1833. What this meant was that an individual could no longer be imprisoned for failing to pay a “civil debt” like a credit
Debts of all shapes and sizes are on the rise in the U.S. A recent report found that while credit card debt is on the rise, it’s not necessarily because
Total student loan debt in the U.S. recently reached a record new high: $1.52 trillion. While thankfully no one has trillions of dollars of student loan debt to repay, there
Paying off your credit card debt while collecting Social Security is undoubtedly a struggle, but it’s not impossible. Chances are you have more resources than you realize. The important thing
It’s no secret credit card debt is on the rise. But did you know the average American household carried almost $16,000 in credit card debt in 2017, according to Nerdwallet.
Having tens of thousands of dollars in student loans can be intimidating enough for a new graduate. Add a few thousand dollars in credit card debt and the situation can
Paying off an oppressive amount of debt is never easy, regardless of your life situation. However, if you’re paying off credit card debt while supporting your family, it’s especially easy
Credit card companies are professionals at getting you to open your wallet. Here’s how to fight back. Credit cards aren’t necessarily a bad thing, but they can too often feel