Protecting your credit health during the holidays can be a challenge. While we look forward to giving gifts to our loved ones, the cost of travel, entertainment and of course gifts for everyone on your list can add up fast. And if you’re not careful, this can impact your credit health long after the holidays are over.
If you are like the majority of Americans, you have a mound of debt that you are eager to pay off. In fact, the New York Federal Reserve released a report that the total household debt for Americans reached $12.73 trillion in 2017, surpassing the 2008 peak. Yikes!
The Senate healthcare vote has been postponed and the fate of over 22 million US citizens’ access to healthcare remains unknown. Learning how to prevent and manage medical debt is important. Questions loom large about what a new plan might look like and the affordability of healthcare in general. As those with pre-existing medical conditions […]
With the holidays behind us, many consumers are dealing with a mean post-holiday hangover. According to a new report from Finder.com, American consumers are estimated to have spent over $181M on presents during the holidays. And if you’re one of the many consumers that needs a little help dealing with holiday credit card debt, here are some tips to help you recover faster and prioritize your credit health, which is a new year’s resolution anyone can feel good about.
A new year often reminds us it’s time to get our finances in order. For many, that means committing to get out of debt. But figuring out a way to do so often seems overwhelming. Take Sarah Thomas, a single mother living in Bono, AR. Determined to provide a better life for her son and […]
We wanted to get a good look at Credit Card Debt in America. How much would you be willing to give up for instant credit card relief? Not dining out for 10 years? 20 years of gym membership? Never getting to see the final Game of Thrones episode? Listening to one band for the rest […]