Infographics

Valentine’s Day 2018: It’s the Little Things that Add Up

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.

2017 Holiday Spending Survey

See how Americans seeking debt help are planning to get through the holiday season this year without debt with our Holiday Spending Survey infographic.

Smart Identity Theft Protection Tips

Use Consolidated Credit’s Identity Theft Protection infographic to learn how to protect your personal data and information from ID theft and credit fraud.

How to Eclipse Your Debt

To celebrate the 2017 solar eclipse, Consolidated Credit explains the four phases of debt elimination, so you can eclipse your debt completely this year.

Campus Credit Card Use

We explore campus credit card use to see how early credit usage affects students’ ability to manage debt and graduate from college with minimal debt.

Medical Debt

Our medical debt infographic explores how out-of-pocket healthcare costs have become a leading cause of America’s debt and credit problems.

Valentines Gifts and Your Wallet

Roughly 40% of Americans prefer Valentines gifts of experience over material gifts that bust your budget. Are you giving the right gifts to your Valentine?

Donations in Debt

Consolidated Credit’s Donations in Debt infographic explores the practice of continuing charitable giving in spite of personal challenges with debt.

Types of Consumer Debt

This infographic compares types of consumer debt to help you better understand debt so you can effectively prioritize debt repayment and savings.

2016 Holiday Shopping Expectations

Consolidated Credit looks at 2016 holiday shopping expectations from retailers to help consumers plan an effective holiday shopping strategy.

American Spending Statistics

Use this infographic to compare your budget and spending to average American spending statistics to see how you stack up when it comes to cash flow.

Back to School 2016

Parents expect to shell out almost $700 this year on back to school shopping. We break that total down and show you how to set a budget to save money.

Avoid Olympic-Sized Debt

Whether you’re traveling to Rio or watching the games from your home, it’s important to budget carefully to over overspending on Olympic festivities.

Tiny Houses

We look at the financial and lifestyle benefits of owning tiny houses versus traditional houses, as well as the challenges you’ll face to transition.

Credit Unions vs. Banks

Learn about the key differences between banks and credit unions so you can understand which financial institution is the better choice for your money.