Consumer Debt is Now Higher than During 2008 Financial Crisis

It may not be fully understood what causes the recession, but usually high levels of consumer debt play a major role. If we take on a lot of debt, we

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Here’s the Problem with Having a Low Credit Score

Your credit score can impact a lot more than you realize it does. We’re talking about its ability to keep you from making major life decisions, taking care of yourself

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One-Fourth of All Americans Think They’ll Never Be Able to Retire

Times are surely changing in the United States and not for the better. While the economy is roaring back to life after a decade-long recession, it’s not good news for

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25% of Americans Believe They’ll Die in Debt

Back in December, CreditCards.com did a survey asking 1,000 Americans about their debt and their thoughts surrounding it. What the survey revealed was quite shocking. It found that as much

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The Student Loan Watchdog Has Abruptly Resigned

You may not know who Seth Frotman is, but he was a beacon of hope for many who struggled with their student loan debt. He was put in charge of

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The Student Loan Debt Problem is Worse than We Could Imagine

It might seem like the title of this article is a sensational headline to instill fear. In reality, the student loan debt problem continues to grow out of control in

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Student Loan Forgiveness Easier for Vets Thanks to Trump Administration

There’s no doubt that President Trump wants the support of veterans. He never fails to bring them up during rallies. It was so important to him, he told anyone who

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Loan Strategies I Used to Pay Off My Car

Your car or truck is your pride and joy. You love driving it and you consider it the pearl of the road. Maybe you’ve even named it and treat it

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Financially Struggling Baby Boomers Common

When we talk about debt in the United States, and how total household debt is at its highest level of all time ($13.2 trillion), it’s easy to think, “Those darn

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