Total U.S. consumer credit card debt officially hit $1 trillion. With the average household owing around $8,600, Americans need debt relief to avoid credit score damage, financial hardship and bankruptcy. So, how does Consolidated Credit really work to provide financial relief?
Consolidated Credit offers a quick infographic snapshot of expected spending for Valentine’s Day 2018. This year, it’s the little things that add up to near record spending on sweethearts. We offer tips on how to use credit cards wisely as you spread the love.
And these couples aren’t doing themselves any favors starting their life together saddled with debt. Each week, Consolidated Credit searches for financial research that can help you deal with your…
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Americans have more credit card debt than ever, but four states outspend the others significantly. Learn which state has the most credit card debt and what you can do to pay your part of it off...Read full article
A new Federal Reserve study finds more Americans say they are doing okay or living comfortably, but improved economic well-being in the U.S. is not equal across all demographics and regions. We define financial well-being and offer tips on how to improve yours...Read full article
For more than two decades, attractive rewards programs have been a big reason that many consumers turn to credit cards at checkout. But as banks scale back credit card rewards and increase debit card rewards, this trend may be changing...Read full article